Ryans tells media how he plans to construct the roster


DeMeco Ryans, the new head coach of the Houston Texans, has outlined how he wants to construct the team's roster.

In an interview Ryans said ......

"I want to build a team that is tough, physical, and smart," Ryans said. "I want to create a culture of winning and accountability. I want to bring in players who are willing to work hard and put the team first."

The Texans, who have 12 picks in the 2023 NFL draft, may be adding a gang of talent from the college ranks where the players were stars. Coming to the NFL and playing for one of the most lackluster franchises of the past few seasons, such players may have more humbling introductions to pro football.

Ryans met with reporters March 27 in Phoenix at the NFL owners meetings. The 38-year-old outlined just what he is looking for as the Texans construct their roster and prepare for the 2023 campaign. 

Ryans said.....

“You build it with having guys come in who are unselfish and guys just understanding that no one is guaranteed anything, but you build it with a team-first mindset,” Ryans said. “If everyone comes in and understands that if you were the top guy on your team, you may have to play special teams, or do you have that mindset that you’re not an ego driven person to where it’s not about you, it’s about the team. We can work with guys that way.”

Let's see how the 2023 rebuild comes to pass when draft day comes around. 

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