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When the Houston Texans signed safety Ed Reed away from the Baltimore Ravens it was with both pleasure and concern. When healthy he is one of the fiercest defenders in the NFL. Not healthy--well, you don't sign guys jut so they can stand around on the sideline in a t-shirt.
So when Reed turned 35--which is pretty old in football years--the team decided to do something for him that will hopefully help him get on the field sooner rather than later. They bought him a walker!
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Texans cornerback Danieal Manning bought teammate Ed Reed a walker for his 35th birthday.
For Ed Reed's 35th birthday today, @HoustonTexans teammate @ManningUp38 got him a walker -> pic.twitter.com/M4f3CC4e9k (via @GregHurstKHOU)
— NFL on ESPN (@ESPNNFL) September 12, 2013
Reed could use that walker as he works his way back from offseason hip surgery. The good news is...
Houston Texans RB Arian Foster admitted he was frustrated by the reduction of playing time in the season opener. Foster isn't used to sharing carries since he's been one of the top running backs in the NFL the past few years.
Texans ILB Brian Cushing celebrating the interception he returned for a TD to tie the game on Monday.
This season is supposed to be a big one for the Houston Texans. Some would call it a Super Bowl or bust type season after the Texans started last year 11-1, before dropping 3 of their for last games. To start this season they were to face a San Diego Chargers team that was basically...
Ed Reed's Houston Texans' teammate, Danieal Manning, scored the future Hall of Fame safety a walker for his 35th birthday.
The San Diego Chargers lost to the Houston Texans on Monday night in typical Chargers fashion, blowing a 21-point lead in the second half. While the play of Philip Rivers and company down the stretch was inexcusable, a bad call from the officials may have cost San Diego the win. On Tuesday, NFL VP of […]
After a dramatic comeback win against the Chargers Monday night in San Diego, the Texans will return home to Reliant Stadium Sunday to face the Tennessee Titans.
So who did the Texans' marketing team get to perform at halftime during the team's home opener "Liberty White Out" day?
None other than the one-hit wonder himself, Vanilla Ice.
At least one person...
Texans coach Gary Kubiak said Wednesday that he wants the workload split between Arian Foster and Ben Tate to be "pretty close right now." SOURCE: Houston ChronicleFantasy Spin:Tate outplayed Foster in the opener but received just 11 carries to Foster's 18, and Kubiak said afterward that he regretted not getting Tate more snaps. The Texans are easing Foster back into...
Yes Arian Foster is competitive. And yes he wants to carry the ball as much as possible. Especially Monday when the Texans’ star running back returned to his former home city of San Diego for the first time to play as a pro.
Foster split rushes with backup Ben Tate during the Texans’ 31-28 come-from-behind victory against the Chargers. He acknowledged that as a competitor he...
It is time for our first question-and-answer session of the year. As I have done before other recent Titans-Texans games, I got in touch with Steph Stradley.
Stephanie Stradley is a Houston lawyer who writes about the Houston Texans for the Houston Chronicle's Ultimate Texans blog. You can find her personal blog at StephStradley.com. You also can (and should) follow her on...
The Houston Texans have huge plans for their home opener. Those plans include having Vanilla Ice aka Rob Van Winkle perform at halftime.
I would pay money to see Vanilla Ice and Arian Foster to sit down and talk for 20 minutes. The team is asking that fans wear white for the game so maybe that was foreshadowing of an “Ice Ice Baby” performance.
AFC South rivals coming off of week 1 victories with a tangled history that continues to the present. That is what this week 2 matchup of the Houston Texans versus the Tennessee Titans is all about. We are the Hatfields and McCoys of the NFL. From a relocation of a team, to a Super Bowl appearance the following year, from onfield skirmishes and coaching mindgames, this should be...