Texans and USA Football award grants

Houston Texans and USA Football award NFL Foundation-funded grants to local youth and school-based football programs.
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18 hours ago

The Texans’ Biggest Risk In 2017 Isn’t At Quarterback

That’s not coming from me. But another analyst thinks the Texans’ greatest concern looms elsewhere on the offense. Tom Savage. Deshaun Watson. Deshaun Watson. Tom Savage. Odds are that you, Texans fans that you are, have uttered or written those names countless times this offseason as you grapple with the team’s outlook for the upcoming season. With a defense that’s...
Via Battle Red Blog
19 hours ago

This Brian Cushing Stat Might Surprise Texans Fans

Perhaps the Texans’ linebacker isn’t as bad at this as some fans think. Pundits and fans alike have applauded the Texans’ decision to draft Zach Cunningham in the second round of the 2017 NFL Draft, and one of the reasons most frequently given for the rave reviews is the idea that Cunningham will be able to provide pass coverage at linebacker that the Texans have lacked in...
Via Battle Red Blog
22 hours ago

Texans’ position battle: Nick Martin vs. Greg Mancz

The most competitive position battle in training camp this year for the Houston Texans will be for the starting center position. Houston Texans’ 2016 second round pick Nick Martin will be battling last year’s starting center Greg Mancz for the top job once training camp opens up in a few weeks. Martin–a Notre Dame alum–was […] Texans’ position battle: Nick Martin vs....
Via Toro Times
1 day ago

Houston Texans: Bill O'Brien climbing up the coaching ranks

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1 day ago

The Morning Fix: Tom Savage the biggest stand out this offseason

Good morning Houston! Here’s your Houston Texans’ news as we get ready for another weekend summer weekend. Deshaun Watson’s work ethic is exactly what the Texans are looking for. It would be a surprise if left tackle Duane Brown misses any regular season games. Here’s some more news: Why Clowney Can Be the Face of […] The Morning Fix: Tom Savage the biggest stand out this...
Via Toro Times
1 day ago

Deshaun Watson calls his work ethic a lifestyle

The Texans drafted former Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson in the hopes that he’d be the same kind of leader in the NFL that he was in college, where he led his team to a national championship. The early returns are very, very positive on that front. John McClain, the longtime NFL reporter who covers the…
Via Pro Football Talk
1 day ago

BWTB: Biggest questions going into #TexansCamp

All teams enter training camp with questions surrounding the beginning of the season.
Via HoustonTexans.com
1 day ago

What to expect from the Houston Texans wide receivers and quarterbacks

In the past few seasons the Houston Texans have spent a lot of time trying to find their ideal quarterback. Contrary to this, the receiving corps has not changed much and is led by DeAndre Hopkins. The quarterback and wide receiver relationship will have a lot to prove this season and hopefully will find a balance on a consistent basis. DeAndre Hopkins has shown his approval of Tom...
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1 day ago  |  Discuss

D’Onta Foreman to handle goal line carries for Texans?

Will D’Onta Foreman have a big role for the Houston Texans? As good as Lamar Miller was during his first season with the Houston Texans in 2016, it was obvious that he needed some help in the backfield. The Texans made sure they upgraded their backfield this offseason after drafting running back D’Onta Foreman in […] D’Onta Foreman to handle goal line carries for Texans?...
Via Toro Times
1 day ago

Houston Texans News: June 22, 2017

Your one-stop shop for Houston Texans, local sports, and news from around the league for Thursday, June 22, 2017. Houston Texans News Houston Texans expect competition from 'diverse' RB group in 2017 - Houston Texans Blog- ESPNIf all goes according to plan, Houston won't have to rely on Lamar Miller to again account for almost 60 percent of its rushing attempts this season...
Via Battle Red Blog
2 days ago

Whitney Mercilus has figured out how to get to the QB

It took awhile, but Whitney Mercilus has figured out how to get to the quarterback: Any way possible. Mercilus made 18 sacks his first three seasons combined. Not bad, but not what the Texans expected after making him a first-round choice in 2012. In his past 25 games, though, Mercilus has 19.5 sacks using a…
Via Pro Football Talk
2 days ago

Houston Texans: D’Onta Foreman is the key to Lamar Miller’s success in 2017

It is safe to say that the Houston Texans have had one wild offseason. After trading their starting quarterback, who came one win away from the AFC Championship, the team traded up in this year’s draft to grab his replacement. While Deshaun Watson will be a key piece on the team, another player they drafted may have a much more significant role than most would imagine. The team’s...
Via EndZoneScore
3 days ago

Houston Texans: What can they expect from D'Onta Foreman?

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4 days ago

Houston Texans earn Pete Rozelle Award

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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Brock Osweiler seems to take shot at Texans coaching stafff

Brock Osweiler is attempting to resurrected his career with the Cleveland Browns after one season with the Houston Texans that was nothing short of an unmitigated disaster. And the 26-year-old signal-caller appeared to take a shot at the Texans coaching staff when explaining why he played so poorly last season. Osweiler took time this week to praise the Browns coaching staff. But...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Brock Osweiler took subtle shot at Bill O’Brien, Texans?

Brock Osweiler has openly admitted that his mechanics were poor during his abysmal 2016 season, but does he place as much blame for that on the Houston Texans as he does himself?On Wednesday, Osweiler told reporters that he is already enjoying his time with the Cleveland Browns because he is being coached more efficiently on his fundamentals.“The best part is I’m getting coached...
Via Larry Brown Sports
8 days ago  |  Discuss

J.J. Watt: Surgically repaired back 'feels great'

Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt is one of the best players in the NFL, so when he’s not on the field the team's defense isn’t the same. Thankfully, the back injury the star pass rusher suffered last year is well behind him, and he recently hinted he has no plans to retire soon.He reiterated to reporters on Wednesday that his surgically repaired back “feels great” heading...
Via Sportsnaut
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Jadeveon Clowney’s impact on the Houston Texans’ upcoming season

Since being drafted No. 1 overall in the 2014 draft, Houston Texans outside linebacker Jadeveon Clowney has had an up and down career. He’s been injury plagued and is eager to show the league his talent. Is this the breakout season all Texans fans have been waiting for? The Texans picked up Clowney’s fifth year option on April 14. Last season Clowney held the honors of second...
Via isportsweb.com
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Bill O'Brien: "Impressive" Deshaun Watson making QB "a competitive position"

The Houston Texans traded up to draft Deshaun Watson in the first round. So, it only stands to reason that they want him at least competing for the starting quarterback job right away.According to Houston head coach Bill O’Brien, he’s doing just that. Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle quoted O’Brien, who lauded Watson and said that he’s making quarterback “a competitive...
Via Sportsnaut
10 days ago  |  Discuss

What to expect from the Houston Texans rookie class

The Houston Texans are only two months away from the start of the preseason, and with minicamps starting today, I wanted to go over the new young faces that Texans fans will be hearing a lot about in the coming months. Here is an in-depth look at each Texans rookie draft pick and what we can expect from them this season. DeShaun Watson Watson is a great competitor and a proven...
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

Texans owner arranged travel to White House for Watson, Watkins

Houston Texans owner Bob McNair showed a couple of rookies some love Monday, sending Deshaun Watson and Carlos Watkins to the White House for Clemson’s title visit with President Donald Trump. Watson, as most are likely aware, was Houston’s first-round pick this past April. The Texans traded up from No. 25 to No. 12 (with the Cleveland Browns) to acquire the former Clemson star...
Via Sportsnaut
11 days ago  |  Discuss

J.J. Watt blasted NFL Network’s Top 100… because he thinks he should be ranked lower?

Every year in seemingly every sport, the top 100 players at the moment are ranked and released to the public for debate. On Monday, the NFL Network announced another installment in its NFL Top 100 players as voted on by the players themselves. Checking in at #35 on the list was Houston Texans’ defensive end J.J. Watt. The 28-year-old played only three games this past year due...
Via The Comeback
18 days ago  |  Discuss

JJ Watt calls NFL Network Top 100 players list ‘a joke’

JJ Watt is the latest athlete to weigh in on NFL Network’s annual Top 100 players list — and his comment about it is not positive.The Houston Texans defensive end only played in three games last season because of a back injury that required surgery, but he still was ranked No. 35 on the list, as voted on by the players. In light of that, Watt called the list “a joke.” Watt...
Via Larry Brown Sports
18 days ago  |  Discuss

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