During his first season with the Texans last year after signing a four-year, $34 million contract, veteran cornerback Aaron Colvin struggled in many ways.
Colvin injured his ankle and didn't perform up to his own standards. He never hit his stride and was a healthy scratch for the Texans' playoff loss to the Indianapolis Colts in January. Afterward, Colvin vented a bit. At the start of training camp, Colvin acknowledged that he was disappointed at how he handled the frustration of last year and vowed to engineer a turnaround season this year.
Texans defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel sees a lot of positive changes from Colvin, including how he is fitting into the team.