Houston Texans Acquired Their 27-Year-Old Offensive Weapon.

How the Houston Texans Acquired Their 27-Year-Old Offensive Weapon.

The Houston Texans were in the running for multiple running backs this offseason, showing interest in Saquon Barkley, Devin Singletary, D’Andre Swift, and Tony Pollard.

Ultimately, Barkley signed with the Philadelphia Eagles, Singletary signed with the New York Giants, Swift signed with the Chicago Bears, and Pollard signed with the Tennessee Titans.

Update on Tank Dell from a Texan owner

Owner of the Houston Texans, Cal McNair, gave an update on wide receiver Tank Dell on Monday. Dell was shot last month and is still recovering.

At the team’s charitable golf excursion, McNair gave a favorable report on Dell, stating he anticipates the wide receiver to fully recover from the “frightening” injury.

According to Kristie Rieken of the Associated Press, McNair stated, “It looks like Tank will make a full recovery.” The last time we saw him at work, he appeared well and cheerful. However, he needs to recover and return to his previous state.

Dell was one of the people shot during a late-month celebration in Florida. Regarding his status, the Texans haven’t been specific, but they did treat and release him for a “minor wound.” The remarks made today seem to indicate that his long-term prognosis is good.

With 47 catches for 709 yards and seven touchdowns in 11 games as a rookie last season, Dell stood out as a top wide receiver for the Texans.


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