Clowney Misses Final OTA for Hernia Surgery

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Make no mistake about it. Head coach Bill O’Brien is in charge as he has a vision for rebuilding the Houston Texans.

O’Brien says,  “‘There is a plan for everything that we do. There is a plan for every single thing that we do; with every player, with every practice and with every part of installation.”

O’Brien and his coaching staff have the monumental task of changing attitudes after last season’s atrocious 2-14 season.

“As far as OTAs (offseason training activities)  and heading into minicamp, we’ve thrown a lot at these guys. Every day I come here along with our staff and we feel good about who we are coaching and we feel like we are on target as far as what can we do in OTAs with no pads on.”

The  final day of OTA’s would see J.J. Watt sit out to rest a hyper-extended knee. Meanwhile, top draft choice Jadeveon Clowney had a sport hernia surgery.  Clowney had been complaining of a sore groin earlier in camp.

O’Brien says, “We looked at it as let’s take care of it now and he will be ready to go for training camp.’

the depth chart is far from being complete but coaches and players are starting to realize what they can expect from each other

Quarterback Tom Savage says,  “It’s not going to do you any good if the coach babies you and says you are supposed to be here , and if they don’t get on you then they don’t care about you. That’s the way I feel.”

The Texans will take the weekend off before starting minicamps on Tuesday June 17.




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