The two Texans Pro Bowl representatives, J.J. Watt and Duane Brown, are enjoying Hawaii after a long season behind them and an off season of change ahead of them.
"I'm looking forward to making this one of my most productive off seasons" said Brown as he gets ready for life under Bill O'Brien. Both players have had a chance to meet with the new coach.
"I had a good meeting with him. Just a quick sit down to talk about a few things. I'm excited," said Watt. "It's a new start, a fresh start. I'm excited to get back to work.
"He's a straight shooter, a hard-nosed guy." said Brown. "He's all about the team, putting the team first. I respect that and I'm ready to go to work."
O'Brien was at the Senior Bowl this week taking a look at some of the draft-eligible players who might be able to help the Texans get back on track.
Brown is in his second Pro Bowl, making back-to-back appearances, concluding his sixth NFL campaign. Watt is in his second go around in Hawaii, having finished his third year in the league. Andre Johnson is out with an injury.