The Houston Texans will begin their offseason workouts Monday, but while quarterback Matt Schaub will be there, he will not be participating in any team drills.
Schaub, who is recovering from a Lisfranc injury he sustained last November, is expected to be 100 percent by training camp.
Houston does expect to see a fully healthy Andre Johnson on Monday. The All-Pro wide receiver struggled with hamstring problems last season but seemed to be over them by the end of the season.
The Texans will get a 10-week window for their nine-week offseason programs. Programs cannot exceed four workouts per player in a week and they are limited to weekdays. These initial practices are entirely voluntary, with mandatory minicamps not starting until June.
There will be three phases to the workouts, all spelled out in the CBA.
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