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Texans guard Mike Brisiel has undergone surgery Monday to repair a broken right leg, and coach Gary Kubiak hopes he'll be back in three to four weeks. In other Texans news, veteran receiver Derrick Mason has been waived.
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The Houston Texans on Monday released veteran wide receiver Derrick Mason who has been nothing, but a disappointment since his acquisition from the New York Jets. Mason was dealt for a conditional 7th round draft pick, but it looks like the Texans will keep their draft pick. Mason failed to meet the condition of the deal, Mason needed 26 [...]
The Texans are stuck replacing yet another starting player. As first reported by Anna-Megan Raley of Sports 610 Radio, guard Mike Brisiel broke his leg during Sunday’s win over the Bengals. The injury occurred early in the game, but Brisiel finished out the contest. (Wow.) The team won’t place Brisiel on injured reserve. He underwent surgery Monday…
The Texans placed wide receiver Derrick Mason on waivers today according to John McClain of the Houston Chronicle.
Mason, 37, was signed during the season. There’s a good chance the team will replace him on the roster with wide receiver Jeff Maehl, a rookie out of Oregon who is on the practice squad.
Derrick Mason, the 37-year old wide receiving veteran was released Monday by the Houston Texas.
In 12 combined games in 2011, Mason has 19 receptions for 170 yards.
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Former New York Jets WR Derrick Mason, 37, was released Monday by the Houston Texans.
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There was news yesterday that Derrick Mason was waived by the Texans, meaning of course that it’s official that the Jets ‘trade’ of Mason to Houston will net them nothing.
While we weren’t holding our breath that the Jets would have received any compensation, it was worth a shot by the Jets … at least it was better than just releasing the veteran outright. And that wasn’t...
The Texans celebrated the first playoff berth in franchise history by cutting ties with wide receiver Derrick Mason. John McClain of the Houston Chronicle reports that Mason was placed on waivers Monday, two months after they acquired him in a trade with the New York Jets. Mason had six catches for 55 yards in seven…
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Texans guard Mike Brisiel has undergone surgery Monday to repair a broken right leg, and coach Gary Kubiak is hoping he'll be back in three to four weeks.
Unexpectedly, the Texans dumped receiver Derrick Mason on Monday. As expected, they’ve promoted former Oregon wideout Jeff Maehl from the practice squad. Maehl, who caught 77 passes in 2010, was regarded by Tony Dungy of NBC’s Football Night In America as one of the most intriguing players after the lockout. That’s high praise, and it…
With veteran wide receiver Derrick Mason jettisoned from the Houston Texans’ roster Monday, they have replaced him on the active roster with wide receiver Jeff Maehl.
The Texans promoted Maehl from the practice squad today. Maehl, 22, is a rookie from Oregon. Meanwhile, former Oklahoma standout and Chicago Bears draft pick Juaquin Iglesias was signed to the practice squad. Iglesias...
On Tuesday, the Houston Texans activated rookie wide receiver Jeff Maehl from the practice squad to take the roster spot of recently released Derrick Mason on the active roster. Maehl came to Houston as an undrafted rookie free agent from the University of Oregon. He played in the national championship game in 2010, when the Ducks lost [...]