Don't expect the Texans to be major players before Tuesday's NFL trade deadline.
Team Chairman/CEO Cal McNair appeared on Monday morning's Texans Radio hour, and reiterated what interim head coach Romeo Crennel has said a few times: Houston better get something of substance if they're going to trade any players.
"No big moves," McNair said. "You'll see some little things have happened over the weekend. But no big moves. We like our players. We like our team. We have a lot of season left. A lot to play for."
The Texans are 1-6, and face the Jaguars in Jacksonville this Sunday. Crennel spoke with the media on Monday, and is looking forward to the final nine games of 2020. He also detailed one move the Texans made over the weekend, and the likelihood of any more.
"We made a trade the other day. Eli Ankou – traded him and got a late-round draft choice," Crennel said. "We will trade, but I mean, I've told you before, I'm not trading for peanuts. If they want to make a substantial offer, then we will consider it."
Houston practiced Monday morning, and like the rest of the League, will be off on Tuesday for Election Day.
They'll return to work on Wednesday in preparation for the Jaguars.