With the draft already under way Houston pulled off the biggest move thus far without selecting a player. The Texans have agreed to send 2nd and 3rd round draft choices and swap 4th round choices for the rights to Percy Harvin. The former Vikings electric playmaker will join top standouts Andre Johnson and Arian Foster at the offensive skill positions.
With the additions of Kenny Phillips and the aggressive trade for Percy Harvin the Texans are setting themselves up for a major run at the Superbowl this year. Gary Kubiak knows he needs to outscore the Ravens and Patriots and has strengthened his team on both sides of the ball to do just that.
Losing a second and third round pick isn’t a massive blow to the Texans who received a third rounder as a compensatory pick for losing Mario Williams last year. With a receiving core of Andre Johnson, Percy Harvin, Harry Douglas and Devier Posey, along with the tight end duo of Owen Daniels and Garrett Graham the Texans could have an explosive offense outside of the top notch running game they already have.