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Arian Foster, the Houston Texans running back who has used Twitter to display the results of his MRI and to publish bulletin-board material to fire up his teammates, says he’s getting off social media. Foster wrote on Monday that he has decided to leaveUpvote Share Tweet
PFT Live: Texans/Broncos to-do listsprofootballtalk.com Mar 5, 2013We’re getting closer to the start of the new league year and closer to the end of the offseason to-do lists that help us preview what will happen when the money starts flying. The Texans and Broncos both won their divisions for the second straight yearUpvote Share Tweet
Antonio Smith: Texans’ locker room would laugh at Manti Te’oprofootballtalk.com Mar 5, 2013Rookie hazing is commonplace in the NFL, but former Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o may need to be prepared for a little more than usual. That’s the word from Texans defensive end Antonio Smith, who said on Pro Football Talk on NBC Sports Network thaUpvote Share Tweet
RTC: Colts make classy gesture for FreeneyESPN.com Mar 5, 2013Reading the coverage around the AFC South… Houston Texans J.J. Watt will visit U.S. military bases as part of a USO tour this offseason, says Nick Scurfield of the team’s website. The Texans didn’t use their franchise tag, says Scurfield. Arian FostUpvote Share Tweet
Jim Trotter: Hue Jackson left wondering what derailed a once promising fut…Mar 5This is not the Hue Jackson most football fans have come to know. He is seated on the edge of his king bed in a downtown Indianapolis hotel room, the smell of onions from room service heavy in the air. He is talking softly and slowly -- a strong contras…
Peter King: Kuechly goes back to school; Chiefs break from Pioli's way; ma…Mar 5We interrupt the never-ending hype for NFL free agency (when, by the way, is the last time a great free agent class led a team deep into that season's playoffs?) to talk about 15 weeks that no one ever talks about. But people should.