NFL Insider Aaron Wilson Says Texans Want To Build Something Sustainable

KPRC reporter Aaron Wilson joins Next Up live from the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis to discuss how the Houston Texans and general manager Nick Caserio are approaching this offseason.

The Texans walked out of last year's draft with franchise players, but how will they continue to add key pieces to the roster? When it comes to draft picks, the Texans are "having a better hit rate then they're used to," but "they got to keep it up," Wilson said.

In addition to analyzing prospects at the Combine, the Texans could also look to the free agent market to retain and attain talent. Wilson says defensive end Jonathan Greenard is not signing with the Texans "before hearing what the other teams want."

After reports stated that the New York Giants were unlikely to use the franchise tag on running back Saquon Barkley, who recently followed multiple Texans players on social media, Wilson says the rumors have some validity as Barkley is "intensely interested in the Texans."

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