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Team owner Stephen Ross told NFL.com on Monday that he expects
veteran quarterback Matt Moore will 'probably be the starter'
against the Houston Texans on Sept. 9.
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In this series Charles Christy looks at the Houston Texans players and what they are doing off the field.
Getting To Know Texans’ Middle Linebacker
Bradie James Off The Field
Although most of the attention Texans’ players get is about their on-field play, fans should be proud to have former Cowboy’s defensive captain and middle linebacker Bradie James, the person, and...
HOUSTON Texans defensive coordinator Wade Phillips did not shy away from setting the bar a tad higher than it rested after last season.
Organized Team Activities (OTAs) are for enthusiasm, especially for franchises possessing an unbridled amount. But there was veracity in Phillips' perspective based largely on the fact the Texans were in the midst OTAs in the first place.
Houston Texans WR Andre Johnson has undergone an arthroscopic procedure on his left knee. Johnson told reporters that he hyperextended his knee on November 27, playing against the Jacksonville Jaguars and was having fluid buildup on his knee. Johnson underwent a troubling 2011 season, injuring both hamstrings, injuries which forced him to miss the majority of the regular season....
Texans star receiver Andre Johnson says he'll be sidelined for three to four weeks after undergoing arthroscopic surgery on his left knee.
Johnson sat out Houston's first organized team practice on Monday after having the procedure two weeks ago.
The five-time Pro Bowl selection was inactive for nine regular-season games last year with injuries to both hamstrings. He says...
Houston Texans defensive coordinator Wade Phillips was on KILT in Houston with Josh Innes and Rich Lord, via SportsRadioInterviews.com. He was asked to give his thoughts regarding the audio of former Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams’ speech before last season’s playoff loss to the 49ers.
“Well I mean it made me sick. I just don’t believe in that...
Dolphins owner Stephen Ross told NFL Network that he expects veteran incumbent Matt Moore to start at quarterback in the regular-season opener. That might come as an upset to some, considering Ross voiced his support for Ryan Tannehill to be drafted in the first round. "I don't think they're going to rush (Ryan Tannehill) into anything," Ross said. "He...
According to John McClain of the Houston Chronicle, as expected Texans quarterback Matt Schaub is unable to participate in this week’s OTA’s while rehabbing his foot. He’s expected to be ready to go in time for training camp.
Schaub underwent surgery to help him recover from a Lisfranc injury that he suffered during last season.
According to John McClain of the Houston Chronicle, Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson underwent a knee scope two and a half weeks ago. He plans on being ready for training camp.
Johnson also had his ankle and hamstring surgically repaired in 2011. It certainly wouldn’t be a good sign if he ends up on the mend once again in 2012.
Fox Sports Next has the update on Stratford offensive tackle Christian Daimler from Houston, Texas. Recently, he was on the scene supporting his teammates at the Houston Texans 7-on-7 tournament. While there, he gave Fox Sports Next a quick recruiting update…
If the owner of the Miami Dolphins has any say or thought on the matter, then the starting quarterback to begin the 2012 NFL season will be the incumbent, Matt Moore, and not the team’s No. 1 NFL Draft pick, Ryan Tannehill.
And to you, David Garrard, you could have probably stayed at home for another season, unless you feel comfortable wearing a baseball hat and carrying a clipboard...
Fox Sports Next has the update on La Porte linebacker Hoza Scott from Texas. Recently, he participated in the Houston Texans 7-on-7 tournament. While there, he gave Fox Sports Next a quick recruiting update…
The free agency period was a sobering epilogue to the best season in Houston Texans' history.
Career sacks leader Mario Williams signed with Buffalo, and Houston also bid farewell to All-Pro linebacker DeMeco Ryans and veteran offensive linemen Eric Winston and Mike Brisiel.
Winston and Brisiel were stalwarts on one of the league's top offensive lines, and Houston coach...