Deshaun Watson excelled in the Houston Texans' offense before he tore his ACL in early November.
Despite that success, the Texans are installing an entirely different offense this offseason with the young quarterback in mind.
"Why put in an entirely different offense? He really told me everybody saw what we did with Deshaun this past season," James Palmer recalled of a conversation with Bill O'Brien for The NFL Network. "They're changing things and it's not even completely put into place yet. They're still putting it all together.
"And he said the teaching portion of this is going to be the challenge because of Deshaun's specific skill set that is so different and so lethal at the same time. ... But they are changing things up dramatically on the offensive side of the ball."