General Manager Nick Caserio and the Texans were busy making trades Saturday morning.
Houston sent a fourth-round pick (104th overall) and a sixth-rounder (203rd overall) to Las Vegas for a fourth-round selection (109th overall) and a fifth-round pick (174th overall.)
The Texans also dealt a fourth-rounder (105th overall) to Philadelphia for the Eagles' third-round pick next year.
That means Caserio has executed 11 Draft weekend trades in his tenure with the Texans. He made a pair of deals in 2021, four last year, and five so far in 2023.
On Friday night, just moments after trading into the second round to select Penn State offensive lineman Juice Scruggs, the Texans traded up again and picked Houston wide receiver Nathaniel "Tank" Dell in the third round at 69th overall.
To get the record-breaking Cougar, the Texans dealt a third-rounder (73rd overall) and fifth-rounder (161st overall) to the Rams for the 69th overall selection and 191st overall pick. The 191st is a sixth-round pick.
Earlier in the evening, Houston dealt the 65th overall pick to move from the third round to the second round. They acquired the 62nd overall selection from Philadelphia and selected Scruggs. The Texans also sent a 6th-rounder (188th overall) and 7th-rounder (230th overall) to the Eagles.
In Thursday's first round, Houston dealt their 12th overall pick, their 33rd overall selection, as well as their own 2024 first rounder and a 2024 third-rounder to Arizona. In exchange, they received the third overall selection and used it on Alabama defensive lineman Will Anderson, Jr. The Texans also received a fourth-round pick from the Cardinals, which is 105th overall.
|1ST (2ND OVERALL)||QB C.J. STROUD, OHIO STATE|
|1ST (3RD OVERALL - FROM ARIZONA)||DL WILL ANDERSON, JR., ALABAMA|
|2ND (62ND OVERALL - FROM PHILADELPHIA)||OL JUICE SCRUGGS, PENN STATE|
|3RD (69TH OVERALL - FROM LOS ANGELES RAMS)||WR TANK DELL, HOUSTON|
|4TH (109TH OVERALL - FROM LAS VEGAS)|
|5TH (174TH OVERALL- FROM LAS VEGAS)|
|6TH (191ST OVERALL - FROM LOS ANGELES RAMS)|
|6TH (201ST OVERALL - FROM MINNESOTA)|
|7TH (259TH OVERALL - COMPENSATORY)|