The main avenues for team building in 2021 are complete. Free agency dried up in March. The NFL Draft is in the rear view mirror, and the rookies are already in the building. Sure, there will be new additions, new releases, and more reshuffling, but the foundations of team building are over and done with.
In case you forgot, here’s what Nick Caserio accomplished in his first wild and busy offseason as the GM of your Houston Texans:
Houston Texans—Record: 4-12. Point Differential: -80 (26). DVOA: -12.5% (24). Cap Space $10,048,679.
Additions: Tae Davis (LB), Ryan Izzo (TE), Desmond King (CB), Cole Toner (OL), Cameron Johnston (P), Ryan Finley (QB), Donte Moncreif (WR), Justin McCray (OL), Joe Thomas (LB), Andre Roberts (WR), Terrance Brooks (S), Chris Moore (WR), Alex Erickson (WR), Kamu Grugier-Hill (LB), Kevin Pierre-Louis (LB), Terrance Mitchell (CB), Mark Ingram (RB), Maliek Collins (DL), Marcus Cannon (OL), Shaq Lawson (EDGE), Phillip Lindsay (RB), Tyrod Taylor (QB), Derek Rivers (DE), Christian Kirksey (LB), Hardy Nickerson Jr. (LB), Tremon Smith (CB), Justin Britt (C), Tavierre Thomas (CB), Jordan Steckler (OL), Paul Quessenberry (TE), Vincent Taylor (DT), Jordan Jenkins (OLB), Chris Conley (WR), Jaleel Johnson (DT), Lane Taylor (OL), Demarcus Walker (DE), Neville Hewitt (LB), Jeff Driskel (QB), Taywan Taylor (WR).
Departures: J.J. Watt (DE), Carlos Watkins (DL), Will Fuller (WR), Benardrick McKinney (LB), Brennan Scarlett (EDGE), Cullen Gillaspia (FB), Darren Fells (TE), Zach Fulton (OL), Jon Weeks (LS), Brian Anger (P), chad Hansen (WR), P.J. Hall (DT).
Draft Picks: Davis Mills (QB), Nico Collins (WR), Brevin Jordan (TE), Garrett Wallow (LB), Roy Lopez (DT).
With this information at your disposal, taking into account the context in which Caserio had to operate, what grade do you give his performance this offseason?
Grade Nick Caserio’s performance this offseason.
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