The Texans will be back in Houston for training camp this summer.
After spending 2017 and 2018 camps at The Greenbrier in West Virginia, the Texans will be back at the Houston Methodist Training Center in late July and August. Head coach Bill O'Brien said the Texans will also practice with at least two, and possibly three other teams this summer.
"If it works the way we hope it works, we'll be able to scrimmage at least one team, maybe two teams in Houston, and we'll scrimmage one on the road," O'Brien said. "So it'll be a good training camp."
The head coach said the Texans are practicing back in Houston again for a variety of reasons. The main one, though: the ability to be in front of their thousands of fans on a daily basis.
"We've got our fans," O'Brien said. "That's probably number one. That's a great thing for our players. We're happy to be back home for training camp."
O'Brien, speaking during a media availability at the NFL Annual League Meetings in Phoenix, also cited improvements made to the weight room as well as the turf inside the Houston Methodist Training Center, as reasons for retuning home.
"The Greenbrier was great," O'Brien said. "We loved the Greenbrier and the people in West Virginia. Our stay there was awesome."
Training camp will start in late July. Before that, the Texans begin their offseason conditioning program on April 15 at NRG Stadium.
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