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Not much is known about Delano Johnson to Houston Texans fans and not many know Johnson spent the entire 2012 season on the practice squad. Johnson was a relative unknown when it comes to the star power on the Texans roster, but in 2013 Johnson is looking to make that step to make his name known.
It is hard to miss Johnson on the field he is 6-4 and 290 lbs. and is truly a gifted athlete for his size. We have been fortunate enough to cover Johnson for almost a year since he has been in Houston, and the football player we know as “Lo” is a player for Texans fans to keep an eye on.
Delano Johnson at Bowie State
Johnson came to Houston prior to the 2012 NFL draft as an undrafted free agent out of Division 2, Bowie State. For the Bulldogs, Johnson was an athletic outside linebacker who arrived on campus around 240 lbs. and by the end of his college career Johnson was 6-4 and 270 lbs. He opened scouts eyes when he ran a 4.7 40-yard dash and produced for the Bulldogs on film...
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The Houston Texans open up their mandatory three day mini-camp to give Texans fans’ another small run of news on the team. It is a three day period that ends on Thursday that will finally put the 2013 Texans all in one place and the arrival of two particular players that were the only two absent from OTAs.
It will be a quick three days for the Texans, but there will be some news...
The Houston Texans wrapped up OTAs last week and after 10 practices the team got some quality work done prior to mini-camp. Rookies were introduced to the veterans and they experienced NFL level practices. While the veterans shook of some rust from the off-season, they still worked out efficiently under controlled circumstances.
The seasoned veterans on the team took days off to...
Well it looks like some theif stole David Quessenberry’s truck last night from his hotel room. David put out a tweet saying he needed help, so if you see it, make sure you report it for the newest Houston Texan. @DavidQberry: Keep an eye out for my truck Houston. Last seen at spring hill suites by Reliant Stadium. Plate # BA5 3454
Late round NFL draft picks often have a tough road in the offseason to just make the final roster after the preseason, but Texans' sixth rounder David Quessenberry is experiencing a different kind of hardship off the gridiron.
Former San Jose State standout, Quessenberry came out of his Houston hotel near Reliant Stadium on Friday to find his truck missing.
In hopes to find...
There was no tournament being played in Houston Saturday night. Qualifying for the World Cup was not on the line either. When the 30 rugby players from the United States and Ireland took the field with over 20,000 fans watching there was nothing tangible being played for.
There was something better. Pride. Bragging rights. And most of all--like any good rugger will tell you--...