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Brian Cushing was not at the Houston Texans practice on Wednesday after he spent Tuesday night in the hospital. According to KHOU-TV in Houston, Cushing was suffering from a virus, and the team termed the matter as minor. "Cush is sick,thatÂs why heÂs not out here," Texans coach Gary Kubiak said. "HeÂs got a little virus. Got sick on us last night and spent the night in the hospital. It was really a matter of not sending him home. His wife, he can go home and get her sick, and it was late at night when he had got sick on us, so we just gave him a room down the street and had him get a good nightÂs rest and get him started toward his recovery." Source: National Football Post
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Starting outside linebackerÂ Connor BarwinÂ had some interesting things to tell us about his training camp to this point. Barwin after a hot day at camp, caught some footballs off the jugs machine before he took time out for us.
We talked to Barwin about his transition as a player from his rookie season to this year, if he was the new leader of the linebackers, and his relationship...
After Wednesdayâs practice we had a chance to talk to quarterbackÂ John Beck, and it was a great experience to sit and pick the mind of this 6 year pro.
Beck let us into his transition from Washington to Houston and how much he has to work to get Kubiakâs offense, also he said how great it was to be in a situation building off from last season, and he also let us know how important...
As the first week of practice winded down, starting Houston Texans outside linebackerÂ Brooks ReedÂ took some time out to talk to us and how camp has been going for him.
The day before this interview J.J. Watt dislocated his elbow and he talked about how thankful it was just an elbow. Also we covered his relationship with Connor Barwin, how OTAs have already helped him at camp and...
Out at training camp today, at theÂ halfÂ way point of âgame weekâ, the Houston Texans were working hard today despite the rising temperature as practice continued. Plenty of small notes to pass around today from camp.
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Today withÂ Keyaron FoxÂ going down with a âsignificantâ knee injury, Brian CushingÂ spending the night...
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Professional football players oftentimes fly off the rails at the first signs of disrespect and disregard...
The Houston Texans are only two days away from finally putting on the pads against an opponent with the team traveling to face the Carolina Panthers. The starters will be limited, and the second and third team players will get some much-needed time, and some will be in a NFL game for the first time. With OTAs, mimicamp and the first two weeks of training camp in the books, this is...
Houston Texans receiver Kevin Walter knew the offense would be fine from the moment T.J. Yates called his first play in the huddle last season.
Yates, a fifth-round draft pick in 2011, was an afterthought on Houston's roster until season-ending injuries to Matt Schaub and Matt Leinart thrust him into the starting role. The former North Carolina star promptly guided the Texans...
HOUSTON (AP) -- Houston Texans receiver Kevin Walter knew the offense would be fine from the moment T.J. Yates ran onto the field for the first time last season.
Yates, a fifth-round draft pick in 2011, was an afterthought on Houston's roster until season-ending injuries to Matt Schaub and Matt Leinart thrust him into the starting role. The former North Carolina star promptly...
Texans coach Gary Kubiak must choose a kicker during training camp, and for a team with Super Bowl aspirations that could be a pivotal decision.
Houston drafted Lou Groza winner Randy Bullock in the fifth round, then signed veteran Shayne Graham to challenge Bullock for the job. Kubiak is looking for a replacement for Neil Rackers, who signed with Washington in the offseason. Rackers...
Matt Schaub overall is a very good quarterback.
SchaubÂ led the Houston Texans to a very good 10-6 record last season, but unfortunately, Matt missed most of the season because of an injury. SchaubÂ had a pretty good season last year, ending the season with an impressive qb rating of 96.8 and completion percentage of 61.0.
Can Matt Schaub stay on his feet in 2012? (Courtesy Bleacherreport...
A person with direct knowledge of the deal says the Houston Texans have agreed to a new contract with left tackle Duane Brown.
The person spoke on condition of anonymity Thursday because the deal had not been announced.
The 6-foot-4, 320-pound Brown has started all but four games since the Texans drafted him with the 26th overall pick in 2008. Brown earned Associated Press All...
After the first nine days of training camp, the Houston Texansâ coaches have finally updated their depth chart to reflect the progress of the team and the individual players. The official list can be found on the teamâs website here, recreated below.
The Houston Texans have been dodging one bullet after another in regards to injuries this summer. Â On Wednesday, another player bit the dust, as linebacker Keyaron Fox, who was acquired by the team on July 26, went down with a knee injury.
It was announced on Thursday that the 6-3, 235-poundÂ linebacker would be done for the year.
Fox, a former third-round pick by the Kansas City...
HOUSTON The wailing is sure to continue while the concern, whether real or imagined, will linger regardless of what transpires on Saturday.
If Texans fans aren't fretting about the right side of the offensive line, their stomachs are churning over the perceived lack of receiver depth. The Texans feature an All-Pro with a litany of lower-extremity injuries (Andre Johnson), a...
Expect to see more of this in 2012. .. Arian Foster is a beast.
Today in our continuing two-a-days coverage we focus our attention on the AFC South. For many years Peyton and the Colts had a strong hold on this division but #18 is now in the mile high city and itâs time for another team to stand up. The odds on favorite to win the division is the boys down in Houston but in football...