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Houston Texans Podcast: Reading Mary Oliver

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Matt and BFD discuss the kind of sort of end of free agency, and where we go from here.

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All night I rose and fell, as if in water,

grappling with a luminous doom. By morning

I had vanished at least a dozen times

into something better.

The Spring is here. It’s time to dust off the Mary Oliver poetry, RIP :(, The Sound And The Fury, The Hotelier’s Goodness, The Sidekick’s Happiness Hours, Gaslight Anthem’s American Slang, and free agency is now kind of sort of over. Teams are waiting until the NFL Draft, while the rest of us sit in in the flowers, bronze in the sun, and split our hearts open. Damn I love this time of year.

ANYWAYS, BFD and I discuss the Texans’ free agency since last time we left off (the Bradley Roby and Briean Boddy-Calhoun signings), where the Texans can go from here, release our pent up A.J. McCarron signing rage, discuss Matt Kalil and the Texans tackle situation, and what we are thinking about as draft season gets rowdy.

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