See you on September 8profootballtalk.com Updated 2 hours agoThe 2015 season is over. Which means that it’s time to start thinking about the 2016 season. The 2016 season will begin on Thursday, September 8 in Denver. And the Broncos will be hosting one of eight potential opponents: the Chargers, Raiders, Chiefs, …Share TweetIn the wake of a debate (real or contrived) regarding whether and why Cam Newton is so polarizing, another guy who isn’t viewed as a lightning rod continues to periodically say things that should be drawing 50,000-degree bolts of electricity, but aren’t…Share Tweet
NFL-Mexico City to Host Houston-Oakland Game in Novembernytimes.com Feb 5 (2 days ago)Mexico City will host the first Monday Night Football game outside the United States when the Houston Texans play the Oakland Raiders in November, the National Football League said on Friday.Share TweetEarly in NFL commissioner Roger Goodell’s annual press conference, he was asked about the NFL playing a game in Mexico City for the first time since 2005. John McClain of the Houston Chronicle reported earlier in the week that the Texans and Raiders wer…Share Tweet
Texans owner Bob McNair makes dumb crack about firewaterprofootballtalk.com Feb 5 (3 days ago)Texans owner Bob McNair didn’t like his coach’s swearing. And by way of explaining it, said something even uglier. As part of a New York Times Magazine article about the NFL, its owners and Roger Goodell, writer Mark Leibovich wrote that McNair was frus…Share Tweetyahoo.com Feb 4 (3 days ago)SAN JOSE, Calif – Wade Phillips prepared for the 2011 NFL draft in hopes of getting an outside linebacker. Von Miller was there, and the then-Houston Texans defensive coordinator realized the Texas A&M star wouldn't fall to Houston at No. 11. But th…Share Tweet
Broncos coach Gary Kubiak making most of secnod chance in NFLnydailynews.com Feb 3 (5 days ago)Gary Kubiak was having lunch with his wife before driving over to NRG Stadium in Houston for the Texans’ game.Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Feb 2 (5 days ago)Shortly before Gary Kubiak was fired as the Texans head coach in 2013, he suffered a “mini-stroke” during halftime of a game against the Colts. Kubiak missed one game and coached from upstairs for a couple of weeks before returning to the sideline for t…Share Tweet
Arian Foster cleared for joggingprofootballtalk.com Feb 2 (5 days ago)There was a report last month that the Texans are expected to part ways with running back Arian Foster this offseason thanks to the combination of his nearly $9 million cap hit and frequent injuries in recent seasons, including the torn Achilles that br…Share Tweet
Former Texans lineman Eric Winston to donate brain for researchchron.com Feb 1 (6 days ago)The Midland native played six seasons with the Houston Texans.Share Tweetchron.com Jan 31Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins' season-long star turn remained uninterrupted Sunday night in the Pro Bowl at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii.Share Tweet
Penn State defensive end Carl Nassib motivated by meeting with Texans coach Bill O’BrienWhen Penn State defensive end Carl Nassib walked on for the Nittany Lions, he always held ambitions of playing in the NFL.Share TweetWe have a new home for Texans coverage starting Monday.Share Tweet
Possible ways for Texans to clear salary-cap roomShould extending Hopkins or getting a QB be the team's top priority?Share Tweet
Quarterback, running back highlight Texans' five biggest positions of needESPN.com Jan 29Quarterback, running back highlight Texans' five biggest positions of needShare TweetAs the Texans contemplate their offseason plans, determining the status of four-time Pro Bowl running back Arian Foster is one of their top priorities, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports. Foster faces an uncertain offseason as he recovers fro…Share Tweetchron.com Jan 28Texans outside linebacker Jadeveon Clowney's sprained foot is healing well and he didn't require surgery, according to coach Bill O'Brien.Share Tweetchron.com Jan 28The Texans' pair of Pro Bowl selections are playing for Dallas Cowboys Hall of Fame wide receiver Michael Irvin's all-star squad.Share Tweet
Brown: 'We didn't get the job done'Feb 4Steelers WR Antonio Brown explains how he believes his team would have been in the Super Bowl if it weren't for the team's injuries and recalls his time playing with Texans DE J.J. Watt while playing at Central Michigan.
Mexico City game gives Texans chance to expand fan baseFeb 4ESPN Texans reporter Tania Ganguli reacts to the news that Oakland and Houston are expected to play a regular-season game in Mexico City. Houston hopes to expand its fan base given its proximity to Mexico.
J.J. Watt: Nothing wrong with TD celebrationsFeb 4Texans DE J.J. Watt joins Mike & Mike to explain why there's nothing wrong with Panthers star Cam Newton celebrating in the end zone and to shut down criticism of players for showcasing their uniqueness on the field.
Watt's advice to coach O'BrienFeb 4Texans DE J.J. Watt joins Mike & Mike to describe what it's like living in a log cabin during his offseason and to poke fun at his head coach Bill O'Brien's motto of viewing his organization from "30,000 feet."