Predicting the Houston Texans Depth Chart, Post-OTAs

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Predicting the Houston Texans Depth Chart, Post-OTAs
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Reggie Herring instructing Jefferson and Braman on the finer points

The Houston Texans came out of their 10 offseason training activities (OTAs) with more questions than answers. 

The questions revolved around the condition of Ed Reed’s hip, Arian Foster’s calf, Brennan Williams availability for training camp and whether Tim Dobbins’ absence showed a lack of respect for his teammates. 

OTAs rarely provide any clear insight into the final composition of the 53-man roster because the players are prohibited from wearing pads and must avoid any collisions resembling real football. 

These scaled-down practices are good for working on techniques and revealing whether rookies have the basic skill set to make it at this level, but rarely are any big questions about the upcoming season answered during this time. 

The following list contains few surprises, and most names will be carryovers from last year’s team. Every journey starts with a first step, though, so here is an initial look at the depth chart for the 2013 Houston Texans.  

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