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HOUSTON (AP) -- Houston Texans nose tackle Shaun Cody is out of the hospital after undergoing back surgery.
Dr. Robert Watkins says he performed successful microscopic surgery for a lumbar disc herniation on Cody on Jan. 29. Cody was released from the hospital the day after the surgery.
The 6-foot-4, 307-pound Cody missed three games last season in November with a back injury. Cody, who played at Southern Cal, was drafted in the second round in 2005 by Detroit. He signed with the Texans as a free agent in 2009.
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According to Pro Football Talk and the Houston Chronicle’s, John McClain, Houston Texans nose tackle Shaun Cody had back surgery late last week in Los Angeles. Cody had “microscopic lumbar discectomy surgery for a lumbar disc herniation” , which is nothing more than fancy name for a back surgery.
Shaun Cody has been with the Texans since 2009 when he signed as a free agent...
According to the Houston Chronicle, Texans nose tackle Shaun Cody was released from a Los Angeles hospital after undergoing spinal surgery.
Cody was bothered by a back injury he suffered in preseason. Dr. Robert Watkins performed a “successful microscopic lumbar discectomy surgery for a lumbar disc herniation”
at Marina Del Rey Hospital, according to a release put out by the...
More than usual, it looks like Houston Texans’ Owner Bob McNair has been making the rounds and making his voice heard. Mr. McNair does not talk often but when he does it usually has validity. Since the Texans’ season ended, he has been talking to numerous outlets and being put on record on what he feels the team should be looking for this off-season.
There has been little change...
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According to ProFootballWeekly.com, despite a down year, the Houston Texans will do what they can to re-sign linebacker Connor Barwin.
We continue to hear Houston will do everything it can (within reason) to re-sign Barwin, despite his disappointing 2012 production. One thing is assured: the offer from the Texans that Barwin rejected last offseason has shrunk.
Barwin recorded 44...
JJ Watt, the Houston Texan linebacker, sent out a Twitter yesterday saying he didn’t care if you were a 5 star recruit or not and that it’s all about how much work you put in. Watt was a 2 star recruit and now plays in the NFL. Good advice that some recruits could take to heart. Watt is a star for the Texans and is giving a great advice.
Congrats to all recruits signing today...
Houston Texans linebacker Brian Cushing suffered a torn ACL in October, and although the team had a successful season and made the playoffs, the injury was big blow to their defense. Texans owner Bob McNair is optimistic about Cushing being ready for next season,
It was not supposed to end like this for the Houston Texans. This was the year they were going to win the Super Bowl. With a healthy Matt Schaub, Arian Foster and defensive player of the year J.J. Watt there was no reason to worry. Instead, their 2-4 finish to the season, and an eventual loss in the Divisional Round of the playoffs would leave fans upset due to the lofty expectations... Read more
Houston Texans linebacker Brian Cushing tore his ACL during
a game against the New York Jets on Oct. 8. While the injury caused Cushing to
miss the remainder of the 2012 season, Texans owner Bob McNair told Nick
Scurfield of HoustonTexans.com that the linebacker is “ahead of schedule” in
Bob McNair cautioned that ACL injuries take time to fully heal but said @briancushing56...
We already know he's sweet enough to pretend marry a little girl, but this is in the more literal sense.
This picture of a fan's groom's cake was tweeted to the Defensive Player of the Year, Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt.
While the craftsmanship is admirable, you know if the Cake Boss had built this sucker the arms would be swatting at little footballs...
If you’re not following this on Twitter, you are missing a HIGHLY entertaining twitter war. Here’s what you’re missing between the always entertaining Iron Sheik and Houston Texans star running back Arian Foster. Foster was looking for someone funny to follow and, well, the Iron Sheik feels funny enough that Foster should give his Twitter a read. Here is the argument in...