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J.J. Watt is an absolute freak — he’s only been in the NFL for two seasons and is already one of the best players in the game — in 2012 alone, he totaled a whopping 20.5 sacks.
Watt also had an impressive college career with the Wisconsin Badgers. However, he did exit the program after a tough loss in the 2011 Rose Bowl to a good TCU team coached by Gary Patterson. Today, Watt stopped by the TCU weight room to work out (he spends some time in the area as a result of playing for the Texans), and he took a picture with Coach Patterson — it appears that Rose Bowl is still on his mind.
J.J. Watt is a good sport — this is a pretty funny photo.
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Here is a running list of the Houston Texans cuts to get to the league mandated 53 man roster by Saturday.
Dennis Johnson, Runningback (Ian Rappoport-NFL Network)
Chris Jones, Defensive Tackle (Tania Ganguli- ESPN)
Jawanza Starling, Safety (Yahoo! Shutdown Corner)
Deji Karim, Runningback (Bob Allen, KHOU)
Tyler Horn, Center
Nate Menkin, Offensive Lineman
Two years ago Houston Texans rookie wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins, the former Clemson Tigers’ second-leading receiver, suffered a mild concussion in a car accident, and did not travel with the team to the Discover Orange Bowl in Miami. The good news was that Hopkins didn’t have any other serious injuries, and was able to join his teammates for […]
Jones played for Bowling Green from 2009 to 2012. In 2009, he had 29 total tackles. The following season, he had 39 tackles and 6.0 sacks. He then had 47 tackles and 8.5 sacks in 2011 and was named to the All-Mid-American Conference (MAC) first team. In 2012, Jones had 42 tackles, and he ranked third in the nation with […]
Texans coach Gary Kubiak indicated that he won't ride Arian Foster in Week 1. "Obviously I don't think Arian's going to be a 30-carry guy on opening night," Kubiak said. SOURCE: Tania Ganguli, ESPN.com.Fantasy Spin:The fact that Kubiak even said 30 should tell you just how much he still plans to use Foster when he thinks the running back is 100 percent. We won...
According to Tania Ganguli of the Houston Chronicle, the Texans have activated safety Ed Reed from the physically unable to perform list.
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HOUSTON (AP) -- Houston coach Gary Kubiak isn't ready to say who will back up quarterback Matt Schaub after T.J. Yates and Case Keenum both performed well this preseason.
Kubiak expects to make a decision on the spot by Thursday, which means he'll probably keep both quarterbacks on the roster.
The Texans have to trim their roster to 53 by Saturday afternoon.
The Houston Texans’ 2013 preseason is finished and they defeated the Dallas Cowboys 24-6. The big stories were the return of DeVier Posey and all of the young players fighting for their NFL futures. Some will be with the Texans and others could be headed to another NFL team.
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Houston Texans rookie wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins left last Saturday's preseason game against the Miami Dolphins early with a concussion. For a majority of the week Hopkins was in phase 1 in the recovery process, but according to ESPN's Tania Ganguli, Hopkins has been moved up to phase 4 of the recovery process and has was cleared to play on Tuesday.
DeAndre Hopkins has...
The Houston Texans cheerleaders are at it again. Every Friday, the HTC release another video to their YouTube channel.
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