The Houston Texans have been dodging one bullet after another in regards to injuries this summer. 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-pound linebacker would be done for the year.
Fox, a former third-round pick by the Kansas City...
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HOUSTON - NFL sources told FOX 26 Sports the Houston Texans will sign receiver Bryant Johnson, who played for the Texans last season, and linebacker Keyaron Fox.
Johnson, who caught six passes for 90 yards and one touchdown for the Texans in 2011, began his career with the Arizona Cardinals, where he played for five years.
He has also played for the San Francisco...
According to Mark Berman of Houston Fox Sports, the Houston Texans have agreed to bring back veteran wide receiver Bryant Johnson back for one more go during the upcoming training camp.
Johnson was brought in last season during the last week of training camp, and ended up making the 53 man roster heading into Week 1 last season. He did appear in all 16 games for the Texans last...
The Steelers will be receiving 3 compensatory picks in the 2012 draft. All three picks will be in the seventh round. They are picks 240, 246 and 248. That gives the Steelers 10 picks in this years draft. Picks the team will need as they need to fill in depth with the losses from salary cap cuts.
The Steelers received these picks from losing Matt Spaeth, Keyaron Fox and Nick...
Starting strong safety LaRon Landry and starting left guard Maurice Hurt both missed practice for a second straight day Thursday, according to the team’s injury report.
Landry sat with a sore Achilles’ tendon, but said Thursday morning that the move was “precautionary” and that he felt confident that he would play on Sunday. Hurt, one of the team’s seventh-round draft...
After losing players to season-ending injuries in each of their previous two games, the Redskins suffered only wounds of the emotional variety in their 23-0 loss to the Buffalo Bills Sunday.
While the Redskins finished the game with the same players they started with, Keyaron Fox saw his most extensive action of the season at inside linebacker.
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