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Texans reportedly will sign Johnthan Banks

The Texans are expected to sign cornerback Johnthan Banks, according to Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle. Houston also worked out defensive backs Stanley Jean-Baptise, Corey White, Josh Thornton and B.W. Webb on Tuesday. The Texans lost cornerbacks Johnathan Joseph and Kevin Johnson in Thursday’s victory over the Bengals. Johnson will miss four to six [more]

Recent editorials from Texas newspapers

Here are excerpts from recent editorials in Texas newspapers: Houston Chronicle. Sept. 16, 2017. Driving down the streets in disaster-stricken neighborhoods and seeing the mounds of debris piled outside flooded … Click to Continue » – NFL cheerleaders from Week 2

The Houston Chronicle posted a gallery of cheerleader images from Week 2.   Click here to view the gallery…more NFL cheerleaders goodness!   [...]

Will Fuller practices for first time since breaking collarbone

Texans receiver Will Fuller practiced for the first time since breaking his collarbone Aug. 2, according to John McClain of the Houston Chronicle. It remains unclear whether Fuller will play Sunday, though McClain said the receiver could play “if everything goes well with Fuller in practice.” Houston needs Fuller after cutting receiver Jaelen Strong on [more]

Texans beef up offensive line with Jah Reid

The Texans’ offensive line has been a mess for the first two games of the season, so they’re calling in reinforcements. Veteran lineman Jah Reid will sign with the Texans, the Houston Chronicle reports. A 2011 third-round pick of the Ravens who played four years in Baltimore, Reid played in 12 games with one start [more]

Houston Petitions SCOTUS To Review State Supreme Court Ruling On Benefits For Married Same-Sex Couples

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The Houston Chronicle reports: The City of Houston and Mayor Sylvester Turner filed a petition Friday asking the U.S. Supreme Court to review a decision that came down earlier this summer, concluding that states did not have to provide publicly funded benefits to same-sex couples, according to a news release from the city. Show More Summary

Texans cornerback Kevin Johnson out 4-6 weeks

The Texans got a mixed bag of injury news on their secondary. According to Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle, cornerback Kevin Johnson suffered a grade two MCL sprain, and is expected to miss four to six weeks. The former first-rounder won’t need surgery, which is good news for a guy who has dealt with [more]

Xochi Tops Chron Critic’s List of Houston’s Best 100 Restaurants

The awards just keep rolling in for Chef Hugo Ortega Last night, Houston Chronicle food critic Alison Cook announced her annual rankings of Houston’s top 100 restaurants, and Chef Hugo Ortega’s Xochi is sitting pretty at number one. After a brief delay caused by Hurricane Harvey, the critic revealed her list of the city’s best restaurants at 7 p.m. Show More Summary

Harvey recovery continues in Texas town of Bayside

Sharon Scott, 75, has been mayor of this tiny community on the southwestern shore of Copano Bay for only a couple of months. The Houston Chronicle reports she assumed office … Click to Continue » – NFL cheerleaders from Week 1

The Houston Chronicle posted a gallery of cheerleader images from Week 1.  These are images from various news services, such as AP and Getty Images, and are quite nice.  Click here to view the gallery…because you know we just cannot get enough of NFL cheerleaders! [...]

Rainey Street Bar Busted for Refilling Opened Bottles of Liquor

TABC found that Icenhauer's violated an alcoholic beverage code Rainey Street bar Icenhauer’s was cited for refilling its liquor bottles, as reported by Houston Chronicle. It is the only Austin establishment on the list of Texas violators. Show More Summary

Texans promoting practice squad tight end since they’re out of them

The Texans have plenty of adjustments to make this week, and that list only starts with a quarterback change. They’re also going to need some tight ends, since they don’t have any. According to Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle, the Texans are promoting practice squad tight end Evan Baylis. They left last week’s opener [more]

Deshaun Watson working with starters in Texans practice

The Texans have announced their starting quarterback for Thursday’s game against the Bengals, but by the time they do it will be #asexpected. Via Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle, rookie Deshaun Watson took all the reps with the first offense during the portion of practice open to reporters. Starting the first-rounder was anticipated after [more]

Texans OG Jeff Allen to miss at least one game

The Texans, already without starting left tackle Duane Brown, will not have starting offensive guard Jeff Allen for at least Thursday night’s game, according to Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle. Allen could miss more than one game. Allen, who injured his ankle in Sunday’s loss to the Jaguars, was one of 21 players on [more]

New Orleans sent a heartwarming letter to Texas as it recovers from Harvey

Twelve years after Katrina, New Orleans took out a full-page ad in the Houston Chronicle to offer a message of support for Hurricane Harvey victims.

A phone app helped saved lives during Hurricane Harvey

Read how the Zello app helped civilian first responders find and rescue people trapped in Harvey's flood waters. Your phone can seem like a lifesaver at times. But this story from the Houston Chronicle shows how a miniature computer that can install and run apps literally saved lives. Show More Summary

Texas Governor Abbott delivers Houston millions in FEMA aid

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has handed out more than $135 million in advances from the federal government to the city of Houston and surrounding Harris County. The Houston Chronicle reports … Click to Continue »

Trump: Churches Should Be Entitled To FEMA Funds

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CBS News reports: President Trump is taking the side of three Texas churches that are suing the Federal Emergency Management Agency over disaster relief funds in the wake of Harvey. The Houston Chronicle reports that the three churches...Show More Summary

Harvey Flooding Was So Bad Houston Sunk by 2cm

How serious was the flooding in Houston in the wake of Hurricane Harvey? A geophysicist from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory says the entire metro area is now 2 centimeters lower due to the weight of the water. The Houston Chronicle reports Chris Milliner used data from the Nevada Geodetic Laboratory...

Texans cut Brandon Weeden, going with two quarterbacks

Add the Texans to the list of teams keeping just two quarterbacks. According to Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle, the Texans are releasing quarterback Brandon Weeden. That leaves just Tom Savage and first-rounder Deshaun Watson on their roster, which is an interesting dynamic. They’ve been solidly behind Savage throughout the preseason, with coach Bill [more]

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