Texans to Open Season with Rookie RB

When the Houston Texans passed over USC tailback Reggie Bush to take North Carolina State defensive end Mario Williams with the top overall selection in the NFL draft in April, they figured they'd have Domanick Davis to line up as their starting tailback this season.

But Davis is sidelined by a bone bruise on his left knee, and first-year Texans coach Gary Kubiak doesn't know when Davis will be available. The Texans plan to open the season with rookie Wali Lundy as their starting tailback.

It's possible that Davis could end up on the injured reserve list.

By Mark Maske |  August 30, 2006; 2:25 PM ET  | Category:  Texans
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way to go Houston....way to go...

Now everyone is pretty much 100% certain your front office consists of blindfolding a 4 year old and letting them throw a dart at the wall; as opposed to the 99.99% before.

Posted by: Fitz | August 30, 2006 6:47 PM

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