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The Houston Texans and Taylor Moton Meet at the Senior Bowl

The Houston Texans meet with Western Michigan offensive tackle Taylor Moton.

The Senior Bowl always brings an opportunity to get to know some of the prospects the Houston Texans are taking a closer look at during the draft process. The Texans and other NFL teams have no limits on how many interviews or with whom they conduct those interviews during the week in Mobile, Alabama. The Texans took a closer look and talked to Western Michigan offensive tackle Taylor Moton. (Jeff Risdon/RealGM)

Moton was part of the Western Michigan team in 2016 that finished 12-1, the school’s best record in team history, and the powerful offensive lineman contributed to the rise of the program. Moton played both right guard and right tackle for the Broncos giving him some versatility for teams to consider. Checking in at 6'5" and 330 lbs., Moton was a four-year starter and appeared in all 51 games for the Broncos.

With the Texans looking for help on the right side of the offensive line, Moton could be a viable option in the coming draft. 


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