According to the Houston Chronicle, the Trump Administration plans to import Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents to Northern California, specifically, the San Francisco area, to stage large scale raids, hoping to net 1500 illegal immigrants who have been ordered to leave the country or who are known immigrant criminals. The raids are seen as a […]
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The Houston Texans have parted ways with Jason Lowrey as their director of football operations, according to Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle. Lowrey was closely associated with Texans general manager Rick Smith. However, Smith is on a leave of absence to tend to his sick wife and the Texans have hired Brian Gaine to [more]
With NASA's James Webb Space Telescope's approximately nine-month stay in Texas coming to an end, now is a good time to reflect on the memories it made in the Lone Star State. NASA has created a timelapse video that chronicles Webb's time at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston.
Will McClay declined the Texans’ request for an interview, John McClain of the Houston Chronicle reports. McClay will remain with the Cowboys as their VP of player personnel. The Texans are seeking a General Manager to replace Rick Smith, who is taking a year-long leave of absence. The Eagles denied permission for the Texans to [more]
Brian Gutekunst was supposed to interview with the Texans today, but didn’t. The bigger news what that means back in Green Bay. According to John McClain of the Houston Chronicle, the Packers director of player personnel came to Houston, but didn’t interview with the Texans because he chose to stay with the Packers. Whether that [more]
Brian Gutekunst interviewed for the Packers’ General Manager job Friday. The Packers director of player personnel now will interview for the Texans’ G.M. job Sunday, via John McClain of the Houston Chronicle. The Texans are seeking to replace Rick Smith, who has taken a year-long leave of absence. Gutekunst has spent the past 19 years [more]
The Texans apparently want to add two more names to their search for a General Manager. According to John McClain of the Houston Chronicle, the Texans are interested in Eagles vice president of player personnel Joe Douglas and Cowboys vice president of player personnel Will McClay. The other candidates so far include Bills vice president of [more]
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The Texans will begin the process of hiring a new General Manager next week, interviewing four to six candidates. They hope to have a new G.M. in place within two weeks, owner Bob McNair told John McClain of the Houston Chronicle. McNair, vice chairman Cal McNair, president Jamey Rootes and coach Bill O’Brien form the [more]
Outside linebacker Jadeveon Clowney was one of the few Texans stars who didn’t get hurt this year. But he needs a little work done now. According to Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle, Clowney needs “minor arthroscopic knee surgery,” and as always it’s minor because it’s not your knee. It will keep him from playing [more]
Texans wide receiver Will Fuller left Week 17 with a knee injury and his near future will include surgery to get the knee ready to go for the 2018 season. John McClain of the Houston Chronicle reports that the procedure is considered a minor one and that Fuller should be off his feet for a few [more]
Kansas State receiver Byron Pringle has declared for the NFL Draft, forgoing his final season of eligibility. “I have decided to forego my final season as a Wildcat,” Pringle said, via Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle. “I plan to enter the NFL Draft. I am excited to take the next step in my journey.” [more]
Well, hello, Xochi Houston Chronicle food critic Alison Cook's love affair with Xochi continues. Cook just called out her favorite new restaurants of the year, and even though she insists it’s not a top 10 list, Chef Hugo Ortega’s Xochi still gets the number one spot. Show More Summary
The Texans are likely going to need another quarterback this week, giving the NFL one final chance this regular season to ignore Colin Kaepernick. Via Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle, the Texans are discussing whether to add another backup to T.J. Yates. Backup Taylor Heinicke suffered a concussion while Yates was being tested for a [more]
Houston Rockets point guard Chris Paul was upgraded to doubutful to play Christmas night in Oklahoma City, while center Clint Capela upgraded to questionable, reports Jonathan Feigen of the Houston Chronicle.
"... and then threatening to remove her from the plane for complaining and snapping a photo of the Houston congresswoman," the Houston Chronicle reports."It was just so completely humiliating," said Jean-Marie Simon, a 63-year-old attorney and private school teacher who used 140,000 miles on Dec. Show More Summary
A Glock 23 pistol. A.40-caliber Springfield XDM-40. A Ruger P95. Dozens of other handguns, shotguns and long rifles: all missing. The Houston Chronicle reports, in a partnership with … Click to Continue »
The NFL has fined Texans cornerback Johnathan Joseph $18,231 for a horse collar tackle against the Jaguars, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports. Joseph plans to appeal. Officials penalized Joseph for the illegal tackle on receiver Keelan Cole in the second quarter Sunday. Cole’s 18-yard catch and Joseph’s 15-yard penalty moved the ball to [more]
A county in southeast Texas is moving forward with designing the final $14 million stretch of a decades-long project to widen and deepen Brays Bayou. The Houston Chronicle reports that … Click to Continue »