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
11/26/15 - FS Glover Quin suffered a left ankle injury late in the first quarter and did not return. He made a diving attempt to tackle Eagles tight end Trey Burton on a 43-yard pass play. James Ihedigbo, who recently lost the strong safety spot to Isa Adbul-Quddus, returned to his former position while Abdul-Quddus slid over to Quin's spot. "It's my first time probably missing game action since my rookie year," he said.
11/19/15 - FS Glover Quin (ankle) was limited, but should play Sunday.
09/23/15 - FS Glover Quin was limited by a lower leg injury.
09/13/15 - S Glover Quin proved that last year, when he lead all safeties with seven interceptions, was no fluke. He had an interception Sunday when Chargers QB Philip Rivers tried to force a pass to WR Keenan Allen. Quin was quick to react when the ball bounced off Allen, and he took the pick into the end zone. That gave the Lions an early 14-3 lead, but they would give it back -- and more -- in the second half.
12/14/14 - FS Glover Quin made his sixth interception of the season and third in as many games when he brought back a Teddy Bridgewater throw 56 yards, setting up Detroit's first score. Quin now has 117 return yards on his interceptions. The Lions have picked off at least one pass in 11 consecutive games, their longest streak since they had an interception in 13 straight games in 1981. They have five players with at least two interceptions this season. "He's been one of those guys that's been making plays for us all year," WR Golden Tate said.