Wednesday, April 28, 2010
Reading the coverage: Damian Williams a value
By Paul Kuharsky
It won’t take long for the Texans to feel the draft, says John McClain.
The Texans’ draft is better than McClain initially thought. (Video.)
Director of college scouting Dale Strahm reviews the picks with Nick Scurfield of texans.com.
Bob Kravitz does the draft grade thing and looks at the schedule.
John Oehser looks at new defenders Jerry Hughes and Pat Angerer.
Expectations for fourth-round offensive lineman Jacques McClendon from Nate Dunlevy.
Gene Frenette looks at the revamping of the defensive line and at linebacker and says safety is next, which lines up with Darren Sharper’s visit.
A ticket-sales update from the team.
Judgment day has arrived for Reggie Nelson, says Adam Stites.
Breaking down the defensive line with Zoltan Paksa.
Chris Johnson leads the short list of players who skipped the first OTA day, writes Jim Wyatt.
Derrick Morgan has a motor like Kyle Vanden Bosch’s and a chip on his shoulder like Jevon Kearse had at the start, says David Boclair.
Damian Williams was the sixth-best draft day bargain, says Jeff Chadiha.
Williams was the best value pick of the third round, says Rick Gosselin.
Clay Travis says it’s ridiculous to question Myron Rolle’s commitment because he took a year off to study as a Rhodes Scholar. I absolutely agree. (Full disclosure, Travis and I work for the same Nashville radio station.)