Houston Texans cornerback Johnathan Joseph knows what it is like to play through a sports hernia, and was able to give Jadeveon Clowney some words of advice before he underwent his procedure.
"I think I was probably the first person he called from up there," Joseph told CSN Houston. "I advised him it was the right thing to do, obviously."
Two offseasons ago, Joseph...
During the 2012 offseason, the Houston Texans made a big free agent splash as they signed Pro Bowl cornerback Johnathan Joseph to a five-year, $48.75 million deal. Since joining the Texans, Joseph has been good, but not great. He battled injuries for most of the season last year, but when he was healthy, he was among the top corners in the game.In 2014, Joseph has a cap number of...
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The demise of Johnathan Joseph for the Houston Texans has been greatly exaggerated when you look at what he did closer. Joseph did give up five touchdowns this season which was his highest total since arriving to Houston. (3 in 2011, 2 in 2012) A nagging groin injury has zapped some of Joseph’s speed...
Johnathan Joseph is in denial.
That’s the only logical explanation for his comments in the wake of his Texans falling to the Patriots in the AFC divisional round on Sunday. The cornerback not only can’t believe his team lost, but he also thinks the Texans are still better than the Patriots, who earned themselves a date with the Ravens in the AFC Championship Game with Sunday’s...
According to Nick Sucrfield of HoustonTexans.com, cornerback Johnathan Joseph is day-to-day with a sore groin.He should be sore after getting lit up by Aaron Rodgers last night.Joseph should be fine for this week’s game against the Ravens.
ON THE CHEAP?
Former Bengals cornerback Johnathan Joseph, who now plays for the Texans, said his former team put limits on "how much Gatorade we could take home."
Houston Texans cornerback Johnathan Joseph recently sat down with Barry Byers of The Herald and told him how different things are with the Texans then they were with the Bengals.
“The first thing about Houston is it’s an organization run from a different perspective,” Joseph told Barry Byers of The Herald in a Sunday Q&A. “In Cincy, the team lives off...
Johnathan Joseph is proving that Houston made the right choice.
In need of a veteran cornerback, the Texans made a strong bid for the highly coveted Nnamdi Asomugha during the free agent frenzy, then backed off to sign the less-hyped Joseph to a five-year deal.
While Asomugha and the Eagles have floundered, Joseph is putting together a Pro Bowl-worthy season, shoring up the secondary...
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December 08, 2011
There are many times when NFL teams try and make big splashes in free agency it might not pan out, but the Houston Texans took a calculated risk this offseason and hit pay dirt. The Texans signed the “second best” cornerback on the market in Johnathan Joseph, from the Cincinnati Bengals to a 5 year deal worth $48.75 million [...]
New Houston Texans defensive back Johnathan Joseph gets some interview time on the NFL Network. Joseph speaks about Shaun Cody’s island, catching pineapples, the loss of Mario Williams, playing in Houston and the upcoming matchup with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Watch it Here