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Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub's ears may be safe.
Joe Mays, who knocked a piece of Schab's earlobe off last season, will get to an opportunity to try out for the Texans, according to the Houston Chronicle.
Mays' illegal blow cost the former Denver Bronco a one-game suspension and a 50,000 fine.
Luckily for Schaub, the free-agent linebacker may be delivering big hits for his defense.
Just a few weeks after his return, Mays' season was cut short after suffering a fractured fibula against the New Orleans Saints.
He played the first six games last season with seven total tackles and 0.5 sacks.
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The Houston Texans went their first day of shells today and contact for the 2013 season. There was plenty of extra excitement among the players leading into the first contact of the season.
- Antonio Smith stole the show on the early part of the practice session when he stopped three running plays in a row. The first two plays were made in the backfield and the...
Last season, the running back position was much more up in the air at the top. Adrian Peterson was returning from a major knee injury, and several key players were having one thing or another hold them back. Now that Peterson is coming off one of the greatest seasons of all-time for a running back, everyone is playing for second place until he is dethroned. After Peterson, who are...
The first full day of pads and the Houston Texans started showing some tried legs out on the field. ESPN’s Sportscenter was live from camp today and added to a busy day at the Methodist Training Center.
- Andre Johnson, Johnathan Joseph, Owen Daniels and Owen Daniels were all healthy watchers today at practice.
- Nose tackle Terrell McClain had a big day...
Day two of Houston Texans training camp started with early rain showers before camp started but the first part of practice was held outside. Special teams work continued inside the Methodist Training Center with the final practice of the day coming later in the day.
The Texans once again had a good day and came out without any major injuries.
- Ed Reed (Hip), Arian...
The Texans signed first-round draft pick, wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins this week, and it appears the franchise isn't done shopping for wingmen.
USA Today's Tom Pelissero reported Houston may be going after free-agent WR Laurent Robinson as well to join Hopkins and veteran Andre Johnson.
Cleared after concussions, free-agent receiver Laurent Robinson has visited Jets, Patriots...
Houston Texans wide receiver Keshawn Martin talked today with us at training camp. He talked about his early success at camp, last season’s disappointment, his new-found confidence and more.
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Houston running back Arian Foster has been removed from the physically unable to perform list and has practiced with the Texans for the first time since May.
Foster strained his right calf in an offseason practice in late May and struggled with a sore back after recovering from that injury.
Coach Gary Kubiak says Foster looked good in limited work Wednesday, but he doesn't...
Even though Texans coach Gary Kubiak said Thursday that he expected Arian Foster back in a few days, Foster is still without a timeline, according to the Houston Chronicle.Fantasy Spin:Foster suffered a calf strain nearly two months ago and was expected to be back by now but is still experiencing soreness. Kubiak said Houston's head trainer thinks the team just needs a few days...
Cornerback Johnathan Joseph who played hurt much of last season started working out in February with cornerback Kareem Jackson. They stayed in Houston and came to the facility almost every day.
“That’s one of our goals — to be the top cornerback tandem in this league” Joseph said. “I was telling Kareem about how me and Leon Hall started off in Cincinnati and worked our way to the top.
According to Tania Galguli of the Houston Chronicle, there is still no definitive timeline as to when RB Arian Foster will return from the active/PUP list.
Despite being two months apart from having suffered a calf strain during the team’s OTAs, Foster is still feeling “soreness” and has stated that he will not be rushing things.
“You can’t play through it,” Foster...
HOUSTON (AP) -- Houston Texans running back Arian Foster is still recovering from a right calf strain, but said Saturday that he feels good and shouldn't be out of camp much longer.
Foster rushed for 1,424 yards and 15 touchdowns last year for his third straight 1,200-yard season.
The Texans placing him on the physically unable to perform list the night before the start of...
The Houston Texans have signed inside linebacker Joe Mays
Joe Mays signed a one-year deal with the Texans with $285 K guaranteed. $100 K bonus for making opening day roster, per source.
— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) July 29, 2013
The Texans were the most aggressive team after Mays since he was released by the Broncos. 1 of 10 teams to show interest.
— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl...
The Texans hope Arian Foster (calf) will return from the PUP list by the middle of the week. At this point, the injury doesn't seem to be a long-term concern, but keep in mind Foster averaged a career-low 4.1 YPC last year and racked up 405 carries (including the playoffs).
Le'Veon Bell took the field with the first team offense for four of its five snaps in team...