Texans open their training camp to fans this morning. Many stood in line for hours and were delighted when the gates opened around 7 this morning. They were met by cheerleaders and a marching band and of course the team.
HOUSTON (AP) - The Houston Texans know they'll have a solid defense led by J.J. Watt. As they reported for camp Friday, there were far more questions about the offense. Second-year coach Bill O'Brien will use camp to decide whether Brian Hoyer or Ryan Mallett will start at quarterback. Houston also must decide who will start with DeAndre Hopkins at receiver after franchise receiving leader Andre Johnson was released and signed with the Indianapolis Colts.