The oppressive heat of August in Houston will be far away from the Texans at this summer’s training camp. They’ll kick off their preparations for the 2017 campaign at The Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. The average daily high temperature there in August is 82 degrees.
But aside from a cooler climate, Texans cornerback
“I think it brings you closer as a team and it brings that one-ness, that togetherness that you’re looking for,” the 11-year veteran said.
“I think this experience you get with being in kind of a college setting with those guys, waking up every day, somebody setting an alarm clock, going and playing video games, playing cards, dominoes, just whatever it is,” Joseph said.
The Pro Bowl defender spoke at Texas Southern University on Thursday, where he and safety
Joseph and the Texans will begin camp in late July.