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It's the end of May, and we're still over three months away from the start of the regular season, but there's a lot going on in TexansLand.

The team will be on the practice field this morning for Organized Team Activities (OTAs), and there'll be some good news emerging right around the time they'll be going through drills.

Yesterday, wide receiver John Metchie, III picked up some hardware. He won the Halas Award, which is given to the NFL player who overcomes the most adversity to succeed. Metchie battled back from both a torn ACL and acute promyelocytic leukemia, and was on the field last season catching passes for the AFC South champs. He's the second Texan to ever win it, joining offensive lineman David Quessenberry, who did so in 2017.

The Texans announced their 2024 Bill Walsh Coaching fellows this morning.

Last night, Executive Vice President/General Manager Nick Caserio and Head Coach DeMeco Ryans met with fans at the 'State of the Texans presented by Ticketmaster' inside NRG Stadium.

It sounds like there are major changes coming to the summer portion of the NFL year. Might OTAs be leaving, and training camp starting sooner? The Texans Radio Crew discussed it with N.D. Kalu.

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