Texans QB Matt Schaub jogged on the field free of the knee brace he wore the final month of last season. The shoulder surgery he underwent last offseason was a distant memory as he participated in the first day of Texans organized team activities Monday. For the past 3 months, Schaub, 27, has avoided the training room and enjoyed a “normal” offseason. “It was wonderful, since I didn’t have to worry about coming in the training room every morning,” Schaub said. “I got to spend a lot more time with my wife and travel, and I got to play golf early in this offseason. So that was fun.” It’s back to business for the third-year starter, though. He returns rested, healthy and confident, and it only helps that his 10 fellow starters from 2008 also return to help build on a season in which the Texans finished third in the NFL in total offense. “He’s very comfortable,” All-Pro WR Andre Johnson said. “I think everyone is comfortable.
No Knee brace for Texans QB Schaub
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