Found February 12, 2012 on
State of the Texans:
With the NFL Draft about two months away, the Houston Texans already have some depth in the 2012 draft class with a two particular players who were drafted in 2011. The Texans are slated to have all 7 of their picks in the draft and the first one coming at #26. With those picks it will probably safe to say the Texans will be staying away from the cornerback position, especially with their two 2010 draft picks Brandon Harris and Roc Carmichael looking to make a difference in the upcoming season. With all of the concerns with the Texans secondary going into last season, the organization drafted two you corners to help the secondary, but with emergence of Brice McCain and the rotation of Kareem Jackson and Jason Allen, both Harris and Carmichael were pushed to the side.
Brandon Harris and Roc Carmichael will be two additions to a Texans already deep roster heading into next season. Both Harris and Carmichael will be looking to help in 2012, despite Harris only playing 7 games and limi...
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Nearly every team with some QB issues thinks that Peyton Manning is a real option for their franchise. A Houston TV station is reporting that Manning could be interested in heading there to helm the Texans.
Set to become a premier prospect on the free agent circuit, there’s no question Mario Williams is about to get the big bucks.
Whether it’s from the Texans, or another team that attempts to pry him away, Super Mario will have a long list of suitors willing to fork over the cash.
Might the Pats be amongst that list?
As improbable as it sounds, considering their approach to the...
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The widespread conversation of potential destinations for Indianapolis Colts future Hall of Famer Peyton Manning has now expanded to within the division to the Houston Texans.
Houston’s KTRK-TV’s Bob Allen reported on Monday evening that “Manning is definitely interested in possibly coming to the Texans.”
Why would Houston be as much of—if not...
It seems unlikely that the Houston Texans can retain Mario Williams. Williams has big money looking to be paid to him and their salary cap could be in a hole even if they franchise-tag the pass-rusher.
Many rumors have him going other places, such as the New York Jets. The Jets and Rex Ryan have been looking for an elite pass-rusher to fit their solid 3-4 scheme. They are just a...
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The Texans are expected to make free agent pass rusher Mario Williams their top priority this offseason, but they aren’t expected to use the franchise tag to keep him. Houston would have to spend almost $23 million to keep Williams via the tag, and that would be nearly impossible considering how tight they are to…