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
12/31/18 - S Glover Quin, an 11-year veteran, said after Sunday's game that he is contemplating retirement. He started every game this season and never showed up on the injury report.
09/12/18 - S Glover Quin ran his starting streak to 133 consecutive games Monday, the third longest in the NFL, but the Lions' safety is no longer a full-time player on defense. Quin, who didn't have the footspeed to catch Isaiah Crowell on his long touchdown run, played fewer snaps than both Diggs and Tavon Wilson.
10/25/17 - S Glover Quin (concussion) was a full participant in practice Wednesday and is on track to make his 123rd consecutive start Sunday against the Steelers.
10/23/17 - S Glover Quin returned to practice Monday, nine days after suffering a concussion against the New Orleans Saints. Quin, who sat out the Lions' only practice of the bye week, has made 122 straight starts, the seventh longest active streak in the NFL.
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.