HONOLULU — We got a question on Twitter on Tuesday asking how many plays the Texans’ Pro Bowl coaching staff gives to players on the AFC squad in such a short period of time.
The answer: Not many.
“To be honest with you, we just put in a few and we ask the quarterbacks what they want to do and just let ‘em go out there and have some fun and compete,” Texans coach Gary Kubiak said Wednesday after the AFC’s first practice. “This is more about a reward for the players and coming here for the great seasons they had. We just want to make them comfortable and do what they feel best doing.”
Center Chris Myers, one of the Texans’ three 2011 Pro Bowlers, also discussed the scope of the playbook on Wednesday.
“Obviously, we’re not going to install our whole offense,” Myers said. “But it’s very vanilla right now. We’re installing some things in today, but it’s easy enough where everyone can pick it up real easy and relate it to their own offense.”
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