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State of the Texans:
Houston Texans inside linebacker Darryl Sharpton has still not be cleared by doctors according to defensive coordinator Wade Phillips in his interview on Sports Radio 610 in Houston.
Big takeaway from the Wade Phillips interview was that ILB Darryl Sharpton hasn’t been cleared for offseason work.
— Seth Payne (@PayneNFL) May 13, 2013
Sharpton was injured in the a regular season game versus the Indianapolis Colts in a December 30th loss on the road. It was a hip injury that marked the third time in his three-year span he has ended his season on the injured reserve. He was supposed to be the player to replace DeMeco Ryans after he was traded in the 2012 offseason, but health has prevented Sharpton from taking over the starting inside linebacker position.
He is a tough player inside and compliments starter Brian Cushing well in the 3-4 defense, but with this new development this could lead to bigger issues down the road. This will be a story to watch moving forward for the Texans, especially with OTAs starting next week for the Texans.
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The three day mini-camp wrapped up and the Houston Texans were able to look at and evaluate 56 players. The Texans had draft picks and 23 rookies already signed to deals who looked to be safe moving out of this phase of the Texans off season.
We were able to take in four of the five practices and get a good look at this new group of rookies who are going to join...
The Houston Texans, as reported earlier, invited former Kansas State QB Collin Klein to participate at the team's rookie minicamp on a tryout basis.
Try as he may, he did not make the cut, reports FOX 26. “No, I did not sign,” Klein said after minicamp concluded. “I think they’re working through some things.
Klein looked like a longshot, and a player that would...
The Houston Texans finished up their three-day mini camp for rookies, first year players and veteran tryouts. The three days was a crash course for these players and gave them a small sample size of life in the NFL, but it was a good start for some rookies.
Day Three Notes
- The day belonged to rookie quarterback Collin Klein, who started his camp off slow. Today he stood in...
During mini camp, we had a chance to catch up with rookie defensive tackle Chris Jones. We talked to the newest Houston Texans defensive lineman about how mini camp was going, signing his new contract, his new position coach in Coach Bill Kollar, the approaching OTAs and representing Bowling Green in the NFL.
See what Jones had to say.
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Collin Klein went undrafted after the NFL Draft. The Houston Texans brought the former Kansas State product, who was viewed as a Tim Tebow type of player in for a tryout.Klein had a great collegiate career and has a great work ethic, but many believe it wouldn't hit the mark in the NFL.The Houston Texans' coach was left dumbfounded when he brought Klein in on a tryout basis...
Let’s face it, there are a lot of reasons to root for Arian Foster. Since going undrafted out of Tennessee in the 2009 NFL Draft, Foster has managed to take advantage of opportunities to become one of the top players in all of football. He’s also anything but conventional. Foster has embraced social media to interact with his fans, made numerous private and unsolicited charitable...
Time to rise up Juan…
The Texans need help across from Andre Johnson and they may have found it in DeAndre Hopkins. The rookie WR has been impressive thus far and has caught the eye of HC Gary Kubiak.
“He’s special,” Kubiak said. “Ball skills are extremely special. Very long — long arms. Big hands — you saw the catch he made out here today. He’s going to help us...
The Texans entered the draft hoping to add the final pieces necessary to push the franchise deeper into the playoffs. They had just a few needs on the roster and most were addressed in the early rounds.DeAndre Hopkins/WR/Clemson (Round 1, pick #27): Prior to the draft we were lead to believe receiver Robert Woods of USC was one of Houston's first round targets. They settled on...
The Houston Texans have signed free agent running back and kick returner Deji Karim.
Jason Bernstein, Karim's agent, announced the signing Tuesday on Twitter.
The 5-foot-8 Karim tried out at the Texans' rookie minicamp last weekend. He was a sixth-round pick by Jacksonville in 2010 and rushed 98 times for 290 yards in two seasons there. He also returned kickoffs and punts...
Arian Foster Looking to Bounce Back?:
A lot of the preseason talk has been about Adrian Peterson which is likely just fine with Houston Texans running back Arian Foster.
Running back by committee has become the norm in the NFL. Minnesota does it with Adrian Peterson, and clearly after last season’s 2000+ yard performance they clearly do a very good job of it. So when...
The Texans desperately need a WR2 to step up and Hopkins has the look of a guy who can get it done in Houston. He looks strong our of his breaks and should be a nice compliment to all world WR, Andre Johnson. Thanks to RosterWatch for the heads up.
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Arian Foster Goes Magazine Model
After starring as a quarterback at Kansas State, Collin Klein did not want to change positions. Now, Houston Texans coach Gary Kubiak may keep him under center.
RB/KR Deji Karim @kingkarim36 has signed with the Houston #Texans…congrats to Deji, well deserved!
— Jason Bernstein (@JB_XAM) May 14, 2013
The Houston Texans have signed free agent running back Deji Karim to a deal. Karim was invited to rookie mini camp this past weekend on a tryout basis that resulted in an offer being made. He is 5-8 and 209 lbs. and in his 4th season...
Houston Texans running back Arian Foster is wearing a Cleveland Browns jersey. Why?