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HOUSTON (AP) -- Linebacker Brian Cushing had never dealt with a major injury before and wasn't sure how he'd handle missing Houston's last 11 games after knee surgery last season.
Exactly a week later, he found motivation when his son Cayden was born. When his rehabilitation got tough, his first thought was that he had to get better so his son could see him play.
Cushing was back on the field for Houston's first day of training camp Friday and says he feels great. The Texans are taking it slow with Cushing, but they hope he returns as the player he was before the injury when he finished with 114 tackles and four sacks in
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Linebacker Brian Cushing had never dealt with a major injury before and wasn't sure how he'd handle missing Houston's final 11 games after knee surgery last season.
Exactly a week later, he found motivation when his son Cayden was born. When his rehabilitation got tough, his first thought was the little boy who was born Oct. 15.
''I got a lot more to prove now...
Texans moved 3rd-rd picks OT Brennan Williams and OLB Sam Montgomery to active roster. Williams passed physical after knee surgery.
— John McClain (@McClain_on_NFL) July 25, 2013
The Houston Texans have moved 3rd round daft picks Brennan Williams and Sam Montgomery to the active roster after both were initially not on it.
Williams was recovering from knee surgery...
The Houston Texans' quest to make their first Super Bowl is getting off to a rocky start this season. Both Arian Foster (calf) and Ed Reed (hip) were placed on the physically unable to perform list on Thursday.
A player is allowed to come off the PUP list any day during the preseason, but if he starts the regular season on it, he is required to miss at least the first six games...
Day two of Houston Texans training camp started with early rain showers before camp started but the first part of practice was held outside. Special teams work continued inside the Methodist Training Center with the final practice of the day coming later in the day.
The Texans once again had a good day and came out without any major injuries.
- Ed Reed (Hip), Arian...
The Texans signed first-round draft pick, wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins this week, and it appears the franchise isn't done shopping for wingmen.
USA Today's Tom Pelissero reported Houston may be going after free-agent WR Laurent Robinson as well to join Hopkins and veteran Andre Johnson.
Cleared after concussions, free-agent receiver Laurent Robinson has visited Jets, Patriots...
Houston Texans wide receiver Keshawn Martin talked today with us at training camp. He talked about his early success at camp, last season’s disappointment, his new-found confidence and more.
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Trying to get the safety position under control, the Texans brought in one of the most decorated players in NFL history.
The biggest fish of the offseason free agent market for the Texans did not come without a price. Reed had hip surgery on a torn labrum that might keep him out for the beginning of the season. It is no secret why the Texans brought him in. It...
The Houston Texans have placed running back Arian Foster and safety Ed Reed on the physically unable to perform list a day before their first practice of training camp.
Reed is recovering from surgery to repair a partly torn labrum on April 30. Foster strained his right calf early in organized team activities and didn't practice again, but the team said then that he should be...
Texans coach Gary Kubiak admitted Thursday that not having Arian Foster (calf) for the beginning of training camp was "a little bit of a surprise," according to houstontexans.com.Fantasy Spin:Foster suffered a calf strain nearly two months ago and was expected to be back by now. Kubiak said Houston's head trainer thinks the team just needs a few days to ease Foster...
Houston running back Arian Foster has been removed from the physically unable to perform list and has practiced with the Texans for the first time since May.
Foster strained his right calf in an offseason practice in late May and struggled with a sore back after recovering from that injury.
Coach Gary Kubiak says Foster looked good in limited work Wednesday, but he doesn't...
Even though Texans coach Gary Kubiak said Thursday that he expected Arian Foster back in a few days, Foster is still without a timeline, according to the Houston Chronicle.Fantasy Spin:Foster suffered a calf strain nearly two months ago and was expected to be back by now but is still experiencing soreness. Kubiak said Houston's head trainer thinks the team just needs a few days...
(Eds: Adds details; quotes. Stands for FBN--Texans-Reed. With AP Photos.) By KRISTIE RIEKEN AP Sports Writer J.J. Watt was so good last season that Houston defensive coordinator Wade Phillips called it the ''best season ever'' for a defensive lineman.
So what will last season's defensive player of the year do for an encore?
''I'm going to...
According to Tania Galguli of the Houston Chronicle, there is still no definitive timeline as to when RB Arian Foster will return from the active/PUP list.
Despite being two months apart from having suffered a calf strain during the team’s OTAs, Foster is still feeling “soreness” and has stated that he will not be rushing things.
“You can’t play through it,” Foster...
HOUSTON (AP) -- Houston Texans running back Arian Foster is still recovering from a right calf strain, but said Saturday that he feels good and shouldn't be out of camp much longer.
Foster rushed for 1,424 yards and 15 touchdowns last year for his third straight 1,200-yard season.
The Texans placing him on the physically unable to perform list the night before the start of...