Found August 15, 2013 on State of the Texans:
Houston Texans cornerback Brandon Harris took some time to talk to us at training camp. We talked about how his camp is going, fellow Miami alum Ed Reed and more. You can follow Patrick on Twitter.  He is the Editor of State of the Texans.  

Brian Cushing will likely start versus Miami

The Houston Texans lost linebacker Brian Cushing to a torn ACL in week 5 last year. Now with the team preparing to take on the Miami Dolphins in week 2 of the preseason, it looks like Cushing will be playing. That’s part of the process,” Kubiak said. “See how he’s doing. He did well in pads today, not sure if we’ll be in pads tomorrow or not, but all signs are pointing...

SOTT Friday Mailbag: Keenum Was the Case That They Gave Me

We open our Friday Mailbag to get ready for the weekend and the Houston Texans vs the Miami Dolphins. Readers asked about Trevardo Williams, Case Keenum and some more topics of interest. See what was said.   SOTT Mailbag What do you expect from Ben Jones at LG? Is it concerning 1st team O isn’t getting many preseason snaps as a unit? #SOTTexans — Jacknife84 (@jacknife84...

SOTT Talks to Alec Lemon

Houston Texans rookie wide receiver Alec Lemon took some time out to talk to State of the Texans during training camp. See what the rookie had to say about camp life and what being undrafted means to him.     You can follow Patrick on Twitter.  He is the Editor of State of the Texans.  

Texans owner not concerned about Ed Reed being ready for the regular season

According to Tania Ganguli of the Houston Chronicle,  Texans owner Bob McNair isn’t worried about safety Ed Reed being ready for the regular season as he rehabs his hip. McNair also said he's not concerned about Ed Reed's status for the season. Reed is rehabbing in Atlanta. #Texans — Tania Ganguli (@taniaganguli) August 14, 2013   Need NFL Tickets? Loading......

Texans hoping that Arian Foster will be back on Monday

Houston Texans head coach Gary Kubiak is hoping that running back Arian Foster will return to practice on Monday. Foster is currently nursing  back injury.  His calf is fine, according to John McClain if the Houston Chronicle. It’s certainly not a good sign that Foster has been out with a few injuries already.  They’re probably going to need Ben Tate to also stay healthy and...

Texans’ Wade Smith undergoes knee surgery

Houston Texans offensive lineman Wade Smith underwent knee surgery and is out for an “undetermined” amount of time, according to John McClain of the Houston Chronicle. Wade smith had scope on knee and out undetermined time. Ben jones is now starter. — John McClain (@McClain_on_NFL) August 13, 2013 As a result of the injury, McClain notes that Ben Jones will now take over...

Houston Texans: Player Most Likely To Break Out In 2013

Every season, every team, there is a player who comes out of no where to surprise the football world. Whether its a rookie or an overlooked veteran, these players end up having a huge impact on their team's success. For the Houston Texans this season, look no further than rookie wide reciever DeAndre Hopkins.Hopkins played three season at Clemson University, before foregoing...

Texans' Arian Foster could return as soon as Monday

Back in May Houston Texans' running back Arian Foster suffered a strained calf, and the injury bothered the back enough over the summer to cause Foster to begin camp on the team's PUP list. On August 2 it appeared Foster's calf was fully healed and he was going to return to practice, but then the team reported Foster would miss some time with back soreness. The injuries...

Brian Cushing could start in second preseason game

Many fans are waiting the debut of the Houston Texans starting inside linebacker Brian Cushing. Cushing tore his ACL in week five of last year and hasn't seen the field since. His surgery and rehab this offseason have been something closely monitored by team beat writers and fans alike. The 2009 defensive rookie of the year has been a cornerstone on an up and down Texans defense...

J.J. Watt soon to be dominating on offense?

Being the best defensive player in the NFL isn't enough for the Texans' J.J. Watt. Now he wants to play on offense, too. "I've been lobbying since day one," Watt told the Houston Chronicle. "It hasn't worked yet, so I don't think it's going to work anytime soon. But it's Coach Gary Kubiak's team." At first Watt's desire to...

Check out the New Screen at Houston’s Reliant Stadium

Brett Coomer, Houston Chronicle Staff Here are the details, according to the Houston Chronicle: Coming in the wake of recent video upgrades at Minute Maid Park and Toyota Center, Reliant’s new boards stretch 277.17 feet (92.4 yards, almost the length of a football field) by 52.49 feet above each end zone. Each covers 14,549 square feet with 5.28 million pixels of high-definition...

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly: Minnesota Edition

Even though about 20 players didn’t play for the Texans, their preseason started off well with a 27-13 victory over the Vikings. This allowed some less experienced players to be showcased. Some rose to the occasion while others struggled. This game had a lot of good moments but there were also some bad and even some ugly moments for the Texans.   The Good After this game, it appears...

Video: Reliant Stadium unveils giant video board screens

The Houston Texans have unveiled two massive new video board screens that cost a whopping $16 million in taxpayer money. They are the biggest in the world.
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