Jamey Rootes, the long-time president of the Houston Texans who recently resigned that post, is staying in Houston and he's back in sports. Rootes is joining the Houston Dynamo and Houston Dash as their new chief executive officer, according to a report from Vanessa Richardson of KPRC-TV in Houston.
- Offensive line has been a concern for the Houston Texans for the past five seasons. Since the arrival of Deshaun Watson, Houston has allowed at least 49 sacks or more each season. The good news for the Texans?
It’s getting closer. In slightly more than a month, NFL training camps will open across the country. 29 clubs will start training camp on July 27th, with the Cowboys and Steelers playing in the Hall of Fame Game on August 5th.
New report lays out a timeline of couch surfing for embattled QB A story leaked the other day that the NFL had yet to even interview Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson in regards to the 22 civil lawsuits of sexual misconduct filed against him earlier this year.
Could Collins be the steal of the 2021 draft? The Houston Texans haven’t done much to bring positive excitement to the fan base this year. They’ve brought plenty of negative emotion generating press, but not much else.
"Poor guy.'' That's surely not what David Culley sees in the his Houston Texans mirror. He's waited a quarter of a century for this shot, a football lifer now in charge in an NFL where there are only 32 such jobs.
We NEED YOU to write about the Houston Texans. Summer is here, the deadzone of the NFL season, and you are probably finding yourself, lost and aimless, scrolling and searching for something to read, anything.
For most of the offseason rankings lists by various media outlets, the Houston Texans usually are listed near the bottom due to the fact the franchise is still working on finding the path needed to become a successful team moving forward following a forgettable 2020 season.