Texans’ Romeo Crennel thinks a successful offseason can help TE Kahale Warring move forward

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Houston Texans tight end Kahale Warring has made some progress in 2020, and interim coach Romeo Crennel believes he can take additional steps to grow as a professional in 2021.

It starts in the offseason, according to Crennel, for the former 2019 third-round pick to finally hit the jump point to being a key contributor to the offense.

“I think that an offseason will be excellent for him and I expect to see him take big steps going forward,” Crennel said.

Warring has caught three passes for 35 yards and two first downs through six games. The 6-5, 252-pound tight end has played 45 snaps on the season.

“I think he’s making progress in our system and his understanding of the game, his understanding of reading defenses, all of that,” Crennel said. “He’s making progress.”

Quarterback Deshaun Watson has shown the propensity to throw to whoever is open, regardless of where they are on the depth chart. If Warring can have a successful offseason and stay healthy, he could see himself take on a bigger role in the offense in 2021.