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Listen to Houston Texans General Manager Nick Caserio’s Interview on Sports Radio 610

Nick Caserio joined Seth Payne and Sean Pendergast on Sports Radio 610 to discuss the Houston Texans.

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The Houston Texans are getting ready to build a new football team for 2022. Hopefully this team will be better than the four-win team we just watched in 2021. Nick Caserio is looking at the third overall pick in the 2022 NFL Draft, Deshaun Watson still sitting on the roster, dead cap space from players released or traded affecting the team’s ability to spend, and is trying to find a new head coach for the Texans. There are numerous plates up in the air that Caserio is trying to juggle.

Caserio went on Houston’s Sports Radio 610 with Seth Payne and Sean Pendergast yesterday to discuss the state of the team. Caserio talked about having the third overall pick, Laremy Tunsil’s status, whether Watson will play on the Texans again, the current head coaching search, and, of course Jack Easterby. You can catch it below.

If you don’t want to listen to the entire interview, you can catch the highlights from Rivers McCown. Here’s Caserio discussing Jack Easterby:

The injury that Tunsil sustained last season, why he didn’t play, and being non-committal about Tunsil playing for the Texans in 2022:

Waston being more than likely not to play for the Texans again, and the team’s mindset as they explore trade options:

And Caserio being on the headset in-game to help his head coach make decisions, continuing a similar role he had in New England:

Caserio has been a good interview since coming to Houston. At times he can say a lot without getting to much of anything, but today, he provided actual responses to questions to better illuminate things as the Texans enter the offseason. To his credit, Caserio has made himself available to the media far more than his predecessors did.

Unlike last year, when the Texans were missing draft picks and lacked cap space, this will will be an interesting offseason in Houston. Caserio has now provided a background and setting the team will be operating in.