“We’re all kind of learning from square one,” Fitzpatrick said on Tuesday's Texans All Access radio show. “I think the biggest thing is just making sure whether you’re in there or not, it’s a worthwhile rep for you. Whether you’re watching it or whether you’re pulling a guy aside, a receiver (or) a tight end, and saying, ‘Hey, watch how he runs his route,’ or ‘Hey, I’m expecting you to do this.’”
O’Brien hopes to give each of the four quarterbacks on the roster, Fitzpatrick,
As training camp nears and quarterbacks begin to separate themselves, O’Brien wants more reps for his starter. In the meantime, Fitzpatrick plans on using each of his non-reps as an opportunity to get better.
“We’re not just out there drinking lemonade and watching somebody else play quarterback,” Fitzpatrick said. “When you’re out there and not in, there’s still constant communication in trying to get everybody on the same page.”