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Wideouts under the microscope, plus a Colts voice speaks up | Daily Brew


It's quiet around NRG Stadium, Texans-wise, right now.

The building, however, is buzzing and getting set for the Argentina - Ecuador soccer match. The July 4th matchup in the Copa America quarterfinals is a big one, and there's a good chance Lionel Messi suits up and plays for the reigning World Cup champions.

But back to the Texans.

Team Analyst/Radio Sideline reporter John Harris has examined each position group in his 90-Man analysis series, and today he turned his eye toward the wide receivers. You can read about it here.

Voice of the Texans Marc Vandermeer went 1-on-1 recently with his counterpart from Indianapolis. The Colts' Matt Taylor shared his observations of quarterback Anthony Richardson, and a lot more, as the two play-by-play guys chopped it up.

In 2003, Ahman Green turned in one of the finest seasons for a running back in the history of the NFL. He gained 1,883 for the Packers that season, pickup in up 5.3 per carry and 117.7 per game. Green ran for 15 scores, and caught five more touchdowns, finishing with 50 catches for 367 yards.

Green spent 12 years in the league, and two of those came with the Texans, in 2007 and 2008.

Defensive lineman N.D. Kalu was a teammate of Green's in Houston, and those two huddled up recently for a podcast. It was a fascinating conversation.

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