Monday’s N.F.L. Matchup: Texans (4-2) at Broncos (4-2)nytimes.com 10 hours agoDenver has struggled to run the ball, but the Broncos will have a chance to stretch their collective legs against Houston’s atrocious run defense.Share Tweetchron.com 17 hours agoAfter a breakthrough performance, Texans running back Lamar Miller is ready for more.Share TweetThe Texans made it official, ruling out four players for their Monday night game against the defending Super Bowl champion Denver Broncos.Share TweetThe Texans have activated safety Lonnie Ballentine and placed cornerback Kevin Johnson on injured reserve.Share TweetSafety Quintin Demps (calf), running back Jonathan Grimes (ankle), linebacker Brian Peters (quad) and cornerback Kevin Johnson (ankle) won't play against Denver.Share Tweet
Texans' Romeo Crennel hails Brian Cushing's leadershipThis week, defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel discussed inside linebacker Brian Cushing's leadership and how important it is to the team.Share TweetDuring his conference call with the Houston media Thursday, Denver coach Gary Kubiak told a humorous story about one of his former players, defensive end Antonio Smith.Share TweetQuarterback Brock Osweiler soaked up Peyton Manning's knowledge like a sponge during their four years as teammates with the Denver Broncos.Share TweetCornerback Kareem Jackson will be back in the starting lineup Monday night when the Texans play at Denver.Share Tweet
Vince Wilfork hopes Texans can build on Colts winAlthough the Texans have had their struggles, including a pair of embarrassing road losses to two of the top teams in the NFL in the Minnesota Vikings and New England Patriots, they're 4-2 overall.Share Tweet
Sports Update: John McClain previews Texans vs. BroncosThe General discusses the Texans' second prime time game in a row. Quarterback Brock Osweiler will face his old team when the Texans visit the Broncos on Monday at 8:30 p.m. on ESPN.Share Tweet
Houston Chronicle staff's NFL Week 7 picksThe Texans are coming off an impressive rally against the Colts, grinding out a win in overtime over their AFC South rivals on prime time. The Texans will return to the spotlight once again as they visit the Broncos for Monday Night Football on ESPN.Share Tweet
The Sports Update: Previewing the Texans-Broncos gameHouston Chronicle columnist Brian T. Smith and Houston Chronicle beat writer Aaron Wilson preview Monday night's Houston Texans-Denver Broncos game.Share Tweet
Texans tight end C.J. Fiedorowicz's pass-catching role expandingThe involvement of Texans tight end C.J. Fiedorowicz has expanded beyond him being a rugged blocker.Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Oct 20 (4 days ago)After getting off to a great start with back-to-back 100-yard games to start the season, Texans rookie receiver Will Fuller has been struggling with a leg injury. Last week he didn’t play at all against the Colts, and the week before that he was limited…Share Tweet
What to watch: This weekend's top sports events on TV10 Best Televised Sporting Events [...] we'll act like this game at Sports Authority Field between the Texans (4-2) and Broncos (4-2) is part of an extended weekend. Unlike the year Johnny Manziel took the Aggies into Tuscaloosa and won, the No. 1 Crims…Share Tweet
Loss of Kevin Johnson a major blow to Texans' defenseThe subtraction of cornerback Kevin Johnson from the Texans' defense for the remainder of the season due to a broken foot represents a major blow.Share Tweet
Watt has sights set on Week 1Jul 31J.J. Watt tells reporters his mindset is he will play in Week 1 for the Texans.
More valuable to Texans: Watt or Hopkins?Jul 31Darren Woodson thinks not having DeAndre Hopkins will have a greater negative effect on the Texans than not having J.J. Watt.
Hopkins subject to $40,000 fine per dayJul 30ESPN's Field Yates explains why Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins won't necessarily be held accountable for a $40,000/day fine for holding out of training camp if contract negotiations are settled in a timely manner.
DeAndre Hopkins in a 'salary stare down'Jul 30ESPN's Adam Schefter reports on DeAndre Hopkins' decision to hold out of training camp over contract negotiations with the Texans and explains the pressure Houston's front office is now facing.