Texans tight end Owen Daniels has enjoyed the offseason following his first healthy season in a while.
After dealing with injuries in 2009 and 2010, Daniels led the Texans with 54 catches for 677 yards as Houston went 10-6 and won the AFC South last season.
Daniels talked with the Texans official team website about his health and an offseason throwing program led by quarterback Matt Schaub, who is coming back from a foot injury.
"That's been going well," he said. "Catching a pass or two just playing catch is one thing when he was rehabbing, but he feels great. I know he's heading out (to Charlotte, N.C.) to get checked out (Tuesday) and released for good. … It's good to get that type of work in, get a little bit of knocking the rust off, so to speak, in terms of our relationship throwing and catching the ball, just a little ramping up toward camp. It's good that we get a chance to do that."