Houston Texans fourth-round WR Keke Coutee is turning heads during the first couple of weeks of voluntary OTAs, most notably impressing Pro Bowl teammate DeAndre Hopkins. "He's only getting better," said Hopkins. "The guy can play football. That's going to take care of itself. Coming in, learning this offense, getting his playbook and that's what he's been doing." (Aaron Wilson )
Houston Chronicle beat writer Aaron Wison noted that Coutee has run sharp routes and "is expected to immediately challenge Braxton Miller for the slot receiver job." Miller has done very little and lost his job to Bruce Ellington last season. Ellington will likely open training camp as the club's slot receiver, but Coutee's straight-line speed and ability as a kick returner make him an interesting name to target late in redraft leagues and put him on the radar as a third-round target in rookie-only drafts.