This is the February 7, 2013 news archive. View today's Texans rumors and news.
Texans linebacker Brian Cushing tore his ACL in the team’s Monday night win over the Jets in October. He had surgery shortly after. According to Nick Scurfield of Houstontexans.com, Texans owner Bob McNair said Cushing is “ahead of schedule” in hisShare Tweet
Z Report: If I were Texans GM: Decisions on team free agents, restructuring and cap cutschron.com Feb 7, 2013Every year, I try and put my GM hat on and see things from the same vantage point that Rick Smith might be seeing things. Granted, Rick and I will probably have different opinions about things and he’ll certainly have more insight into certain aspect...Share Tweet
Arian Foster’s inspirational message to football recruitschron.com Feb 7, 2013To all those football recruits who remain unsigned or who didn’t sign with a powerhouse Division I program on National Signing Day, Texans star running back Arian Foster has a message for you. There’s some kid out there that’s watching all these kidShare Tweetprofootballtalk.com Feb 7, 2013After he was abruptly and unceremoniously cut by the Texans on May 1, receiver/kick returner Jacoby Jones found a new home in Baltimore. Now, after playing an indispensable role in the Ravens’ Super bowl win, Jones hopes it’s permanent. “I want toShare Tweet
RTC: More power for Schaub?ESPN.com Feb 7, 2013Houston Texans Five moves Jerome Solomon of the Houston Chronicle would make to ensure a Super Bowl for the Texans. Giving Matt Schaub the power to change plays at the line of scrimmage is a big one. To which I say: That would be a big change, and I don…Share Tweet
Don Banks: Williams, Titans may be the best thing for each otherFeb 7To paint Tennessee's hiring of well-known NFL pariah Gregg Williams on Thursday as nothing more than an act of desperation is not a totally baseless characterization. For either Titans head coach Mike Munchak or Williams himself.
Don Banks: Taking a second look at 2012 NFL Draft's first roundFeb 7With the Super Bowl in the books, we can now stand clear enough to view the NFL's 2012 season through the prism of history, all 267 games worth (256 in the regular season and 11 in the playoffs). Before looking ahead to 2013, let's look back one last ti…