"Jacoby's still on our football team, we did not trade Jacoby," Rick Smith, the Texans vice president/general manager, said on Saturday, April 28.
OK, then how do the Texans explain adding three wide outs in Ohio State's DeVier Posey, Michigan State's Keshawn Martin, and Dwight Jones; the player who caught touchdowns from T.J. Yates at North Carolina?
"What we were trying to do is just add quality football players," said Smith.
Dwight Jones told a radio station that's he's the next Andre Johnson.
"From an overall standpoint I'm very pleased with what we were able to get accomplished over the last few days," said Smith.
For the first time ever, the Texans drafted a kicker, Randy Bullock - a Houstonian who attended Klein High School - out of Texas A&M University in College Station.
"He walked in here in front of our whole staff, all of our coaches; all our scouts, I mean he put on a show that day," said Gary Kubiak, the Texans head coach.
We can't forget about the Texans adding undrafted free agent Case Keenum, the record-setting quarterback at the University of Houston, as their back-up.
Get ready Texans fans ... Organized Training Activity (OTA) begin at the end of May, and then it's training camp time in July.