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Betting site sets over-under on receivers taken in 1st round at threeUpdated Apr 22 Share Tweet
Because the Texans don’t have a high pick, the latest odds released by Bovada.lv don’t list any Texans-specific bets. But how many receivers go in the first round could very well impact the Texans. Bovada set the over-under at three with the over at -
Numbers show Texans’ overdependence on Andre JohnsonUpdated Apr 22 Share TweetAndre Johnson wants the Texans to draft a receiver. They haven’t shied away from doing that at various points in recent drafts. What they haven’t found yet, though, is a player who has lightened Johnson’s load. There isn’t an unquestionable star iShare TweetESPN Stats & Information has taken a close look at some numbers that show off Houston's needs. The inexperience of the team’s options at receiver beyond Andre Johnson is apparent to everyone. A high draft pick obviously won’t come with NFL experience.
Texans fans planning to go on road trips? Please read this.Updated Apr 22 Share TweetNow that the Texans schedule is firmed up for 2013, are you planning on going on any Texans road trips? For the third year in a row, I’m planning to put up road trip info on the blog the week before the away games. They are not plans I’ve put toget...Share TweetI’ve returned to the Texans selecting a receiver in the first round. If there’s not a receiver they like and believe is worth the 27th overall pick, they’ll pass him up and go for another position. Outside linebacker, offensive tackle and inside lin
Seattle Seahawks to extend Kam Chancellor -- sourceApr 22The Seattle Seahawks have reached an agreement with safety Kam Chancellor on a five-year, $35 million contract extension that has $17 million in guarantees, a source said.
Kam Chancellor signs contract extension with Seattle SeahawksApr 22The Seattle Seahawks have signed star safety Kam Chancellor to a multiyear contract extension.
Peter King: Inside how the Revis trade to Tampa Bay finally went downApr 22By Sunday morning, the Bucs and Jets had worked out the trade details for Darrelle Revis -- Tampa Bay's first-round pick in this draft and likely a third-rounder next year to New York. The Bucs had a contract done with Revis -- six years, $96 million, n…