Bill O'Brien said he's looking forward to the Texans appearance on HBO's "Hard Knocks".
"We're going to go about our business the way we always do," O'Brien said on Monday. "I think it's an opportunity for people to see that this is a team."
O'Brien emphasized that viewers will likely find out that it's a cohesive unit, and not a pack of individuals.
Last Wednesday in a press conference at NRG Stadium, the announcement was made. Team
Founder/Chairman/CEO Bob McNair and general manager Rick Smith spoke about the selection of the Texans.
The show is produced by NFL Films, and shooting begins in the middle of August. The first episode will air on August 11.
Last August, the Atlanta Falcons were profiled on the show, and the Texans made an appearance in an episode.
Including Atlanta, nine teams have been featured on the show. Combined, they have a 73-71 record, and four of those squads have advanced to the postseason.
The Texans began their second week of OTAs on Monday at the Houston Methodist Training Center.