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2014 Houston Texans OTAs, Day II: Updates, News And Open Thread

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It's day two of OTAs for the Houston Texans. Stick around for updates and news on Battle Red Blog as it arrives throughout the day.

Mike Vrabel, imparting wisdom to Jadeveon Clowney.
Mike Vrabel, imparting wisdom to Jadeveon Clowney.
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Yesterday was the first day the new rookies and established members of the Houston Texans roster practiced together under the Bill O'Brien regime. Jadeveon Clowney started working with J.J. Watt and Mike Vrabel, the competition began for the QB1 spot, and undrafted free agents began fighting for potential roster spots. Oh, and Andre Johnson is a man of his word and missed the first day of OTAs like he said he would.

Links to recap Day One:

-Andre Johnson not at OTAs.

-Battle Red Blog: 2014 Houston Texans OTAs, Day I: Updates, News And Open Thread.

-CBS Local : Texans news & notes: Day One & Xavier Su’a-Filo At School During Texans OTAs.

-Houston Chronicle: As OTAs begin, O'Brien ready to apply his stamp on Texans.

-Houston Chronicle Ultimate Texans Blog: Texans’ Cushing, Joseph sit out first day of OTAs & Texans' QB Competition Wide Open.

Today will be much like yesterday. We will update this page with tweets, videos, interviews, and news as it comes in through the mail room. Additionally, treat this as you would any open thread and post whatever morsels of truths you can stumble upon as you traverse the internet.

[UPDATE - 11:08 AM CT] J.J. Watt to line up outside, stand up in Texans' D?

O'Brien: RT Derek Newton had a good offseason, worked hard. But too early to make a final judgement. #Texans

— Drew Dougherty (@DoughertyDrew) May 28, 2014

[UPDATE - 1:48 PM CT] Video of Day 2 from Texans' OTAs

We presume that Savage misspoke. He saw plenty of Houston when he was parachuted in off the cargo plane.

[UPDATE - 1:59PM CT]

Loose lips sink ships...and franchises.

[UPDATE 2:14 PM CT] Andre Johnson misses second day of OTAs, Texans remain silent