The Texans own the 23rd overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft.
After a 2018 that saw them go 11-5 and win the AFC South, Houston fell in the Wild Card round of the NFL playoffs Saturday to the Colts. They'll pick 23rd in the first round.
Because of a 2017 trade with Seattle, they also own the Seahawks' second round selection, as well as their own. Those picks will be back-to-back, at 54th and 55th overall.
Houston also has selections in the third, fifth, sixth and seventh rounds. The seventh round selection is the New York Giants, which the Texans acquired from Denver in this October's trade for Demaryius Thomas. Houston's original seventh-rounder was dealt to the Broncos, along with their fourth-rounder, in exchange for Thomas and the seventh-rounder Denver had from the Giants.
Houston didn't pick until the third round of last year's Draft, as their first and second round selections had been traded to the Cleveland Browns.
The NFL Draft begins Thursday, April 25.
The Houston Texans updated 53-man roster, in photos. (Updated 1/3/2019)