What do the Texans hope to get out of phase two of the NFL offseason?

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The Houston Texans commence phase two of the 2021 NFL offseason program Monday.

Coach David Culley shared with reporters on a Zoom call on May 15 what he hopes to get out of the second part of the offseason workout program.

“I’m excited to be able to get out there with them for the first time,” Culley said. “We’ve had the veterans now for about four weeks, strength and conditioning on Zoom meetings, putting installs in — our coaching staff has. Starting on Monday, we get to do the same thing, but we get to get some field time with them.”

Culley says that they will start with their minicamp schedule and start off with the veteran group and “get them into the culture.”

Said Culley: “We’ve got 30 new guys on this team right now. It’s a brand new football team, so we want to make sure that they understand from day one what we’re all about and where we’re going and what we’re trying to get accomplished. That’s what we want to do for the rest of the offseason.”

The Texans’ offseason program concludes with a mandatory minicamp in June.