Found August 22, 2012 on Jocks and Stiletto Jill:
PLAYERS: Arian Foster
TEAMS: Houston Texans

I don’t play fantasy football but a bunch of you seem to love it. Fans are always asking players on various social networks about their health status so they can set their fantasy rosters accordingly. Rapper Joe Budden took it one step further, shooting a text to his favorite running back, Texans Arian Foster to [...]


Houston Texans Week 3 preseason preview

This week, the 3rd week of the NFL preseason is usually the week in which most coaches play the starters. Look for this to hold true with the Houston Texans this week against the New Orleans Saints. After last weeks win over the 49ersHouston Texans coach Gary Kubiak said he would play the starters for probably 3 quarters in this game and not at all to finish the preseason off against...

Digging Deep: San Francisco Edition

The Texans moved to 2-0 on Saturday night with their 20-9 win over the San Francisco 49ers, a team who played for the NFC championship last year. It was another very encouraging performance from the squad. I took a look at some key numbers from the game to find out what the Texans did well and what they need to work on.   Positives: 79% Matt Schaub’s completion percentage (11...

Houston Texans Week 2 preseason wrap up

After winning their 1st game of the preseason by the tune of 26-13 over the Carolina Panthers the Houston Texans looked for yet another win against a far more formidable opponent in the San Fransisco 49ers. Both teams have premiere defenses and yet that’s not where the game was won. A week after the 1st unit couldn’t get it done on offense in the red zone, the Texans road the...

Texans Players to Watch: New Orleans Edition

The final real tune up for the Houston Texans’ starters will be this coming Saturday night, and they will encounter a good test with the New Orleans Saints. The accurate arm of Drew Brees will be a good test for the Texans’ secondary, who were torched in the 2011 regular season by the Saints’ passing attack. A new season and new issues, the Texans have some kinks to work...

Texans lose DT Harris to triceps injury

Houston Texans reserve defensive tackle Ra'Shon Harris is out for the season after tearing his right triceps. Coach Gary Kubiak says the 6-foot-5, 300-pound Harris was hurt during an individual period on Tuesday and will be placed on injured reserve. Harris signed with Houston as an unrestricted free agent in January. He was originally a sixth-round draft pick by Pittsburgh...

Sunny Harris Lost for the Year

Today according to Head Coach Gary Kubiak, nose tackle Ra’Shon “Sunny” Harris was lost today for the season with a torn triceps injury. Harris will probably end up on the injured reserve, but that move it yet to happen. Harris was having a good camp, but was slowed at the beginning with an upper leg injury that held him out the first preseason game. He appeared in the second...

Houston Texans NT Sonny Harris Out for the Season

  The Houston Texans suffered their first season ending injury of the season as second-year nose tackle Sonny Harris went down with a torn triceps injury during Tuesday’s practice that will land him on IR. Harris, who formally played with the Carolina Panthers and Pittsburgh Steelers, hasn’t seen much playing time in his NFL career (two games, two tackles), but the Texans...

Texans live or die with WR Andre Johnson

HOUSTON -- They talk about Andre Johnson a little bit differently now. For most of a decade he was the only thing the Houston Texans could ever really count on. For almost all of his nine seasons he has been one of the best two or three wide receivers in the NFL and the thought was that, man, if the Texans could ever get a team around him But entering year 10 there is, for the...

Meet the Houston Texans: a team built for the Super Bowl

The 2011 Texans were a team with no weaknesses before losing Matt Schaub. We break down every aspect of the team through the power of our Quality Stats. Are they ready to make a Super Bowl run in 2012?

Houston bids on Champions Bowl

By CHRIS DUNCAN AP Sports Writer HOUSTON (AP) -- The city of Houston wants to become a part of college football's playoff system. Houston submitted a bid on Tuesday to host the new Big 12-Southeastern Conference bowl and join the rotation for semifinal games in the sport's new postseason format, which begins in the 2014 season. The champions of the Big 12 and Southeastern...

The POGs: San Francisco Edition

  RELIANT STADIUM – The second pre-season game featured two heavy weight playoff hopefuls in the Houston Texans and the San Francisco 49ers, last year’s NFC Championship finalist.  With the firey Jim Harbaugh at the 49ers helm, most fans were anticipating a physical, regular-season-style game – and they got it, but it was the 49ers who left the game banged up in a 20-9 loss...
Texans News
Delivered to your inbox
You'll also receive Yardbarker's daily Top 10, featuring the best sports stories from around the web. Customize your newsletter to get articles on your favorite sports and teams. And the best part? It's free!

Today's Best Stuff
For Bloggers

Join the Yardbarker Network for more promotion, traffic, and money.

Company Info
What is Yardbarker?

Yardbarker is the largest network of sports blogs and pro athlete blogs on the web. This site is the hub of the Yardbarker Network, where our editors and algorithms curate the best sports content from our network and beyond.