Aug 01, 2015 at 02:43 AM
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Well, well, well, we are back again with another remote edition of observations.
The Houston Texans (1-1) will take on the New Orleans Saints (1-1) at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in their preseason game of the season.
The Texans returned to Houston for their first training camp practice at the Houston Methodist Training Center.
Other than some injury issues and time away from family, the Texans have to be thrilled for now about what they were able to accomplish in three and a half weeks in West Virginia.
I'm conflicted at the moment because these will be the last observations that I'll write from Almost Heaven, aka West Virginia.
Joint practices have become all the rage in the NFL, or so it seems, and your Texans are far from immune.
J.J. Watt spoke Tuesday about why practicing vs. the Patriots was good for the team.
With plenty of physical action expected the next two days, the Texans worked out a little shorter, in shells, on Monday morning in the rain.