In an offseason of change, the Texans offensive line has at least one player who's face will be familiar in 2021: Laremy Tunsil.
The left tackle, who's been selected to the last two Pro Bowls, might see all four spots to the right of him featuring new starters this fall. But offensive line coach James Campen is thankful Tunsil is still holding things down on the left edge for Houston.
"He's a very, very gifted player," Campen said. "There's no question. He's been blessed with some unique skillsets and he can do a lot of different things very well."
After coming to town via a trade with Miami in 2019, Tunsil's started 14 games each of the last two seasons. Tunsil's skillset, according to Campen, benefits the rest of the offense when he's at work, too.
"He allows you to do some things on the back side of the quarterback," Campen said. "He allows you to do some other things to be able to create matchups and those things for other players."
Campen, Tunsil and the Texans begin training camp in late July at the Houston Methodist Training Center.