Day three kicks off for the Texans with a Panther. After spending the first two days of the draft reinforcing the offensive and defensive lines, the Houston Texans finally have their quarterback – Tom Savage of Pittsburgh.
That is when the entitlement set in. Savage decided he needed to leave and find opportunity elsewhere. He hoped that would come at Arizona, but had to sit out the year because of NCAA guidelines. Then the coaching staff was fired midseason and Savage
The second and third rounds of the NFL Draft came and went on Friday, and former Rutgers players Tom Savage and Brandon Coleman are still waiting to hear their names called by commissioner Roger Goodell. Savage, who spent two years at Rutgers
The on-again, off-again Tom Savage hype came full circle in Round 4 of the 2014 NFL draft, when he landed with the Houston Texans — the team rumored to be interested in him as high up as No. 33 overall.
Thanks to his excellent arm strength and ideal size at the quarterback position, University of Pittsburgh product Tom Savage was a prospect whose stock soared leading up to the 2014 NFL draft. Although he's still viewed as something of a project to