Training camp has been a reunion for a position coach and a young player. For the first time since the Houston Texans hired Chris Rumph as outside linebackers coach, the former Texas Longhorns assistant coach for defense/defensive line was able to reunite with a kid he recruited from Rowlett High School in 2014, Charles Omenihu. What a wonderful young man,” Rumph said.
It’s something that the organization had decided to do, but we got some guys that came in — Cobb, Cooks, David Johnson — veteran guys who have played a lot of football. They’re coming in and ready to work. We definitely have good additions and we’re trying to put all the pieces together and build that chemistry.
All fans care about in training camp is whether or not their team has the ingredients to make the playoffs, and USA TODAY’s SportsPulse took a look at the Houston Texans’ chances. The first part of the analysis claims that the Texans will qualify for the postseason if Deshaun Watson plays like Superman in all 16 games and “squeezes enough out of his slightly above average weapons” and Bill O’Brien is prevented from “making any big decisions.