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Old 05-03-2019, 01:29 PM
HPF Bob HPF Bob is offline
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Default Early Texans Roster/Depth Chart

As of 5/3/2019:

Note: This is not all-inclusive and does not include UDFAs.

Quarterbacks (3)
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Deshaun Watson
AJ McCarron
Joe Webb

Running Backs (4)
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Lamar Miller
D'Onta Foreman
Buddy Howell
Cullen Gillaspie (FB)

Wide Receiver (5)
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DeAndre Hopkins
Will Fuller V
Keke Coutee
Vyncent Smith
DeAndre Carter

Tight Ends (5)
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Ryan Griffin
Jordan Akins
Jordan Thomas
Darren Fells
Kahale Warring

Offensive Line (10)
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Nick Martin (C)
Greg Mancz (C)
Greg Fulton (G)
Senio Kelemete (G)
Martinas Rankin (T/G)
Seantrel Henderson (T)
Julie'n Davenport (T)
Matt Kalil (T)
Tytus Howard (T)
Max Sharping (T)

Specialists (3)
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Ka'imi Fairbairn (PK)
Trever Daniel (P)
Jon Weeks (LS)

Defensive Line (7)
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J.J. Watt
Carlos Watson
Joel Heath
Charles Omenihu
Angelo Blackson
D.J. Reader (NT)
Brandon Dunn (NT)

Linebackers (8)
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Jadeveon Clowney
Whitney Mercilus
Brennan Scarlett
Duke Ejiofor
Bernardrick McKinney (ILB)
Zach Cunningham (ILB)
Dylan Cole (ILB)
Peter Kalabayi (ILB)

Defensive Backs (10)
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Jonathan Joseph
Aaron Colvin
Bradley Roby
Lonnie Johnson
Xavier Crawford
Johnson Bademosi
Justin Reid (S)
Tashaun Gipson (S)
A.J. Moore (S)
Mike Tyson (S)

That's 55 players but that's everyone who doesn't look like training camp fodder. Looks like we will be trimming a TE and an OL but there are also areas I could see a UDFA or street FA finding a job, particularly RB and S.
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Old 05-12-2019, 03:23 AM
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I like the wide receiver group. Not crazy about the running back group although Foreman returning to form would help.

Just scanning the list makes me think depth is an issue..... I see inexperience and C+ types all over the place - even among starters.....
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Old 05-12-2019, 07:48 AM
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I agree with Arky about the WR & RB groups.

But IMO this is the most complete depth the team has had in the last 15 years. it always looked like Rick Smith was happy to find starteres at each position. and then stop gathering talent.

As for the team being made up of C+ players I think this can be said about most NFL rosters. remember half this roster will not be in the NFL come the middle of September.
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Old 05-12-2019, 08:03 PM
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The salary cap and roster limits mean every team chooses where they will sacrifice. Nobody has zero holes.
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Old 05-12-2019, 08:27 PM
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Maybe this was a good year to have the AAF. Watching the San Antonio team, they had some decent RBs and a decent secondary. Of course, looks can deceive when you aren't playing NFL-level competition.
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