Post-Draft Outlook: A closer look at the Texans' picks: 4/112 -- Glover Quin, CB, 5-11, 204, New Mexico...He is a three-year starter with good speed and jumping ability. The Texans don't intend to move him to safety. They like him outside and the fact that he can play nickel. That will be his first role with the team. He will also be looked on to add some speed to the special teams units. - by The Sports Xchange
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Draft Scout Glover Quin News
10/16/17 - S Glover Quin is in concussion protocol after taking an A'Shawn Robinson knee to the head in Sunday's third quarter.
Quin appeared to be briefly knocked out for a time, and was led immediately to the locker room once he got to his feet. With 122 straight starts, he is the NFL's current ironman at the safety position.
10/15/17 - S Glover Quin went out with a head injury Sunday.
09/25/17 - S Glover Quin scored on a 37-yard interception return Sunday.
12/22/16 - S Glover Quin will make his 115th consecutive start Monday night against the Cowboys. Quin's streak - he hasn't missed a game since his rookie season with the Houston Texans - is the second longest among defensive backs in the NFL, behind the Dallas Cowboys' Brandon Carr.
10/06/16 - S Glover Quin. Quin has been one of the few bright spots in the Lions' season so far. He has the team's only takeaway, an interception of Marcus Mariota, and he said he feels like he's playing at the same level he was when he made the Pro Bowl in 2014. The Lions' most veteran player in the secondary, Quin will be counted on this week to help defend Eagles tight ends Zach Ertz and Brent Celek. The Lions have struggled mightily against tight ends this year, allowing six touchdowns to tight ends, including at least one in every game.