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After having four QB's split reps during OTAs, Texans coach Bill O'Brien finally named his starter for the season opener against the Redskins.
He's the third top overall pick in team history. Houston selected quarterback David Carr in 2002 and defensive end Mario Williams in 2006.
No special treatment for Jadeveon Clowney.
Penn State coach James Franklin is fine as long as he keeps moving.
Lonnie Ballentine didn't know much about the term Mr. Irrelevant before he was taken by the Houston Texans with the final pick in the NFL draft on Saturday.
Anyone who's seen Jadeveon Clowney's monster tackle against Michigan in the Outback Bowl last year won't be surprised to learn what the No. 1 overall pick likes best about football. "Big hits," he said. "I'm all about hitting. I don't care who it is."
Anyone who's seen Jadeveon Clowney's monster tackle against Michigan in the Outback Bowl last year won't be surprised to learn what the No. 1 overall pick likes best about football.
Jadeveon Clowney believes he's the NFL's No. 1 draft pick and says he took a big step toward that goal during South Carolina's pro day workouts Wednesday.
The 6-foot-5, 266-pound defensive end did position drills Wednesday in front of dozens of NFL personnel, including Houston head coach Bill O'Brien and Jacksonville head coach Gus Bradley.