The Texans now know a little bit more about where they'll pick in the 2020 NFL Draft.
With their 2019 season in the books, Houston knows its exact selections for the second and third rounds. The Texans traded away their first round pick, as well as next year's first and second round pick, to Miami in exchange for left tackle Laremy Tunsil, receiver Kenny Stills, and a 2020 fourth round pick.
Houston doesn't know the exact pick they'll have round four and beyond, because the NFL has yet to award the compensation picks.
Also, the conditional third round pick Houston traded to Cleveland in exchange for running back Duke Johnson, is expected to be a comp pick the Texans will get for free agent Tyrann Mathieu signing with the Chiefs.
The Texans dealt their sixth round selection to the Patriots for cornerback and special teams standout Keion Crossen.
In all, the Texans own six picks in this year's draft. They expect to accrue more with the comp picks announcement in February.
TEXANS 2020 NFL DRAFT PICKS
2nd round (57th overall)
3rd round (90th overall)
4th round (from Miami, TBD)
4th round (TBD)
5th round (TBD)
7th round (TBD)
The NFL Draft begins Thursday, April 23 in Paradise, Nevada.
The Texans Organization partnered with HEB, Randalls, Kroger and media outlets throughout Houston to kickoff the 2020 Souper Bowl of Caring campaign. TORO, Houston Texans Cheerleaders, Texans Ambassador Travis Johnson and Houston Texans President Jamey Rootes came out this morning to volunteer their 100 minutes for #TexansHuddlefor100.