Johnathan Joseph had earned his two career Pro Bowl selections in his tenure with the Houston Texans from 2011-19. With Joseph departed and now with the Titans, a Houston media member asked an apt question of Bradley Roby: are you the OG now?. I feel like I’m definitely the oldest guy and most experienced. I definitely feel like it’s my job to lead the guys, Bradley Roby. Roby, a former 2014 first-round pick, played 79 games with the Denver Broncos, helping the club win a Super Bowl at the end of 2015
Tytus Howard may not have finished his rookie season with an MCL injury that landed him on injured reserve on Nov. 30, 2019, but it was good enough to land him on the Pro Football Writers of America’s all-rookie team. However, the former 2019 first-round pick from Alabama State doesn’t want to rest on his laurels. Howard seeks to take another step in his development in his pass protection to fulfill Bill O’Brien’s vision as being a bodyguard for quarterback Deshuan Watson.
While COVID-19 has created all sorts of uncertainty in the lives of NFL players, employees, fans, and just about everyone else involved in the league in one way, shape, form or another, it seems your Houston Texans are doing a pretty solid job forging ahead while maintaining a safe environment. If you want a deeper look into just what day-to-day life in the Houston organization looks like, Peter King did an excellent write-up for NBCSports.com that you can find here.