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The Houston Texans are coming off their bye week and the franchise is preparing to go through the home stretch of the NFL regular season in order to reach the playoffs for the first time in club history. The path towards the playoffs for the Texans is going to be more difficult than first thought with the loss of QB Matt Schaub for the remainder of the season with a serious foot injury suffered in the Texans game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last week.
Matt Leinart will assume control of the Houston Texans under center, but it appears that the Texans will now entertain workouts of veteran quarterbacks this week, including 41-year old quarterback Jeff Garcia. The Texans website has announced that the Texans will work out journeymen quarterbacks such as Brodie Croyle, Trent Edwards, Kellen Clemens, Chase Clement as well as Jeff Garcia.
Garcia’s last job in the NFL was as a member of the Philadelphia Eagles but his last starting job was with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in...
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The man who took Matt Leinart’s position in Arizona,NFL Network’s Kurt Warner, talks about the situation Leinart is in now with the Texans. He talks about what works in Houston that will help Leinart out for the remainder of the season. Watch it Here
The Texans got a nice surprise Monday when safety Danieal Manning participated in his first practice since breaking his left leg October 23 against the Titans. Manning is back sooner than expected since he was supposed to be out six to eight weeks. Manning missed five weeks with the injury.
"When I rehabbed, those guys in the training room did a great job," said Manning...
The first name is the same, and the Houston Texans say not much else is changing, either.
Matt Leinart practiced for the first time as the Texans' starting quarterback on Monday, with Matt Schaub likely out for the season with a right foot injury.
The Texans (7-3) are coming off a bye week and play at Jacksonville (3-7) on Sunday.
Leinart did not take a snap in a game as Schaub...
Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub will see a specialist Tuesday to determine if his foot injury is season-ending.
Schaub suffered a Lisfranc injury in a victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Nov. 6. Houston had a bye last week.
“We’ll keep our fingers crossed," Texans coach Gary Kubiak told the Houston Chronicle. "We’ve got a couple of opinions we’re working...
Just when the Houston Texans faithful thought they had a division title and a serious shot at a Super Bowl appearance in hand, Matt Schaub hurts his foot with what doctors call a Lisfranc fracture....
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So the bye week is over and now comes the part of the season the Texans have struggled with for years November and December. It is Texans-esque to blow these last games of the season by very small margins, but this year our schedule is a lot easier. Two or three years ago with a back up QB playing, our three remaining division games would make our playoffs hopes dim. We have a new...
It’s starting to appear like Houston Texans QB Matt Schaub suffered the more severe LisFranc injury, which would mean his season is coming to an end. Things aren’t definite yet but Schaub has a visit with a foot specialist on Wednesday, after that he could wind up on injured reserve. So what are the Texans doing? Holding auditions for their backup quarterback position.
Quarterback Matt Schaub won’t see a foot specialist until later this week to get another look at the right foot injury that could end his season, according to Steve Wyche of NFL.com.
Schaub was injured during the Texans’ 37-9 victory over Tampa Bay on Nov. 13 before the team’s bye week. The initial diagnosis showed he suffered a significant injury, but Schaub and the team are...
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