5 things O'Brien, Texans observing with rookies

Just think of Bill O'Brien and the Texans like Sting and The Police in the song 'Every Breath You Take': "Every single day and every word you say, Every game you play, every night you stay, I'll be watching you."

The head coach met with the media following Friday afternoon's rookie minicamp practice, and said the newest Texans aren't just being judged by what they did in between the white lines of the field.

Every single day and every word you say
Every game you play, every night you stay, I'll be watching youEvery single day and every word you say
Every game you play, every night you stay, I'll be watching you

"We're evaluating everything they do, every second that they're here," O'Brien said.

 

The crop of six draftees, 15 undrafted free agents and 16 tryout players are being observed on and off the field, at all times when they're in NRG Stadium and at the Houston Methodist Training Center.

While O'Brien, the assistants and other front office types are looking at many more things with the new players, he started by mentioning the five components below.

  1. "How they carry themselves."
  1. "How they communicate with their teammates."
  1. "How they meet."
  1. "How they walk-through."
  1. "How they practice." 

O'Brien and the Texans will conduct another rookie minicamp practice Saturday afternoon at the Houston Methodist Training Center.

See photos from the first day of Texans rookie minicamp on Friday.

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