OC: Revamped Texans have ‘explosive’ personnel

Houston Texans offensive coordinator Tim Kelly doesn’t share the national narrative that his unit has taken a step back this offseason.Kelly can’t look around a meeting room or see the personnel working out together on a field yet, but he likes the collection of talent he has been able to communicate with via Zoom meetings.The Texans were heavily criticized for trading star wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins to the Arizona Cardinals and not even getting a first-round pick in return as quarterback Deshaun Watson enters the fourth year of his rookie contract.But Houston did acquire versatile running back David Johnson, who is a multi-dimensional threat when healthy, and added veteran wide receivers Brandin Cooks and Randall Cobb to a group that already included Will Fuller and Kenny Stills.”I think when you look at the people that we have in our offensive unit room right now, you’ve got a lot of explosive players there for us, guys that have unique skill sets, guys that are experienced and guys that have produced at a high level in this league,” Kelly said on a conference call Wednesday. “It’s an exciting thing to be able to kind of sit back and watch those guys come together throughout this virtual offseason and learn the offense and kind of come together as one unit.”The Texans also used a fifth-round pick on wide receiver Isaiah Coulter and have additional returning veterans, including running back Duke Johnson and wide receivers Keke Coutee and Steven Mitchell Jr.

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