Houston has plenty of ammunition in the next NFL Draft.
In late August, the Texans traded with Minnesota and moved up a bit in the 2023 NFL Draft. Overall, they still have 11 selections next spring.
Houston's deal with the Vikings sent Defensive Lineman Ross Blacklock and a seventh-round selection north, while the Texans received Minnesota's sixth-rounder in 2023.
That means General Manager Nick Caserio and the franchise now own a pair of first-rounders, a second round pick, two third-rounders, a pick in the fourth round and fifth round, and a quartet of sixth-round selections.
The additional first and third-round selections are from the March trade with Cleveland. Three of the sixth-rounders are originally from other teams: the Giants, Saints and Vikings.
The 2023 NFL Draft begins Thursday, April 27 in Kansas City, Missouri.