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Going into this years off season the Houston Texans knew that there would be a chance they’d lose some players that had been with the team for a long time. Both S Glover Quin and OLB Connor Barwin were both starters on defense and it was thought the Texans would keep at least one of them. As it turned out they didn’t keep either and also lost another player that started on the offensive side of the ball in FB James Casey as well. Even after all the losses the Texans staff still feels like they’re are a better team now, a team that has filled important spots to get them over the hump in the AFC and get them to a Super Bowl.
Ed Reed in, Glover Quinn out: Many Texans fans weren’t happy that S Glover Quin was allowed to leave for more money in Detroit. Quin was a very talented player who’s versatility made him able to play at the line of scrimmage a lot in Wade Phillips defensive scheme. And while I do think Quin was great at what Phillips asked him to do, I can say with confidence that...
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The last time Houston Texans’ defensive end J.J. Watt went through the off-season process he did not make it out unscathed.
As a result, believe it or not he was not 100-percent for the 2012-13 run.
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Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub told the Houston Chronicle that he’s very excited about the new players the Texans have acquired this offseason and he really believes they’re a Super Bowl contender.
“I’m really excited about playing with them,” said Schaub, who is confident the Texans will be in the hunt for the Super Bowl. “We still have a ton of talent. We play...
Defensive end J.J. Watt told Texans All Access on HoustonTexans.com that he played injured throughout the 2012 season after dislocating his elbow in the preseason.
“In the beginning, it definitely affected me,” Watt said. “All the ligaments in there were torn, they were all gone, so they had to have time to recover and regroup. So obviously, I wasn’t at full strength. The...
The 2013 free agent market has hit a standstill and veteran players are looking for work, and the majority of the deals on the table are for one year. With plenty of free agents still available, we looked at who could come in on short contracts and provide some help for the coming season.
There is still work to do but the Texans can still find some quality help to add to the...
Houston Texans 7- Round Mock DraftBy Raymon Marceau The Texans are looking good after free agency. The loss of Quin IMO was the one that hurt the most but with the addition of Ed Reed it shouldn’t be that big of a loss. The addition of Lechlar and Greg Jones are great to fill team needs. 1st Round 27th pick: Justin Hunter, WR, Tennessee When deciding a WR for this pick I had...
Former Browns wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi visited the Texans. He has also visited the Jaguars recently
— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) April 5, 2013
The Houston Texans have hosted free agent wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi who has been with the Cleveland Browns since 2009. Massaquoi was drafted out of Georgia in the 2009 NFL Draft in the 2nd round (50th overall) and has...
The Vikings announced their preseason schedule, starting with the Houston Texans the weekend of Aug. 8-10.
As we reported a few days ago, The Baltimore Post alleged in a column that Ravens head coach John Harbaugh did not want Ed Reed back.
Now according to Kevin Byrne, senior vice president, public & community relations for the Ravens, the Ravens and John Harbaugh did want Ed Reed back, and Byrne wanted to make that perfectly clear in a story recently posted on the team website...