Texans GM Nick Caserio won’t watch NFL 2022 schedule release May 12

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Houston Texans general manager Nick Caserio won’t be taking part in the hoopla on May 12 when the NFL releases the entire 2022 schedule.

Caserio spoke with the media at the Texans’ annual charity golf tournament and expressed his apathy towards the schedule release.

“Not really much,” Caserio said via video from Sports Radio 610’s Sean Pendergast. “So, whoever we play, we play. I think the big thing will be the first three games, do some work in the offseason in terms of our advanced scouting reports, kind of some offseason work. We’re going to see the composition of the team, how we’re going to see it. So, I think the pro scouting staff will spend time on the first three opponents, try to get ahead of that a little bit, and then we come back into training camp as a matter of cleanup and tracking and following those teams.”

Caserio put together a successful 2022 NFL draft class that included nine players and earned anywhere from a B-plus to an A-minus grade — not that Caserio cares for such grades.

“So, honestly, I’m not going to lose much sleep over the schedule,” said Caserio. “I probably won’t even watch it. So, whoever we play, we play. We’ll find out about it the next day and come in and we’ll just be in rookie minicamps. So, that will be the focus.”

The schedule is set to be released in full at 7:00 p.m. Central Time on NFL Network.

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