DeAndre Hopkins and Alan Bonner both returned to practice yesterday, after cramping up Friday afternoon. Neither missed any of practice on Saturday.

Hopkins’ play Saturday was similar to his play Friday. He stood out among the rest of the rookies, fitting of a first-round draft pick.

Bonner, a sixth-round receiver from Jacksonville State, was another player coach Gary Kubiak singled out. In addition to playing receiver, Bonner said he enjoyed working at returner. (He wear’s No. 16 like a certain former Texans returner, but is at least five inches taller than Trindon Holliday)

“That’s my thing, right there,” Bonner said. “I love returning the ball, so if I get the chance to do it, I’m going to show what I’ve got.”

Meanwhile, another draft pick suffered an injury that could have been a lot worse than it was. Offensive tackle Brennan Williams, a third-round draft pick, suffered a knee injury this morning. He had an MRI today and won’t need surgery for the injury. He won’t practice tomorrow on the final day of rookie mini-camp, but he’ll be back to work for the Texans next week and will be ready for the following week’s organized team activities.