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Report: Andre Johnson visits Titans

Veteran wide receiver Andre Johnson visited the Titans Tuesday, the Houston Chronicle reported. Johnson, 35, caught 41 passes with the Colts last season before being released. He starred for 12 seasons with the Texans, making six Pro Bowls and twice being named an All Pro. Johnson recently said he’d like to catch on with a…

Texans owner was as sick of DeflateGate as the rest of us

Like most of the rest of the world, Texans owner Bob McNair was tired of #DeflateGate. But unlike a lot of people, he thinks the guy who presided over it is doing a great job. McNair told John McClain of the Houston Chronicle that he — in a sentiment shared by most — grew tired…

Cranky on the Web: More on Southwest’s Tech Failure

Southwest still delaying, canceling flights after technology outage – Houston Chronicle As Southwest continues to struggle to pull itself together... Read More

Woman's Obituary Says The 2016 Presidential Election Killed Her

4 days agoNews : Huffington Post

The 2016 election has become so unbearable that one woman’s obituary says it killed her. Elene Meyer Davis died last month. The cause of death, according to her obituary in the Houston Chronicle, was “complications due to congestiveShow More Summary

J.J. Watt undergoes back surgery, expected to be ready for Week 1

Houston Texans defensive lineman J.J. Watt underwent back surgery and will likely begin training camp on the Physically Unable to Perform list, according to John McClain of the Houston Chronicle. The surgery is not expected to cause Watt to miss any regular season games. It remains unclear what injury prompted the surgery. Show More Summary

J.J. Watt Injury: Updates on Texans Star's Recovery from Back Surgery

Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt has had back surgery ahead of the 2016 NFL season. Continue for updates. Watt to Begin Training Camp on PUP List Thursday, July 21 John McClain of the Houston Chronicle reported the details on Watt...Show More Summary

J.J. Watt undergoes back surgery, to start camp on PUP

J.J. Watt has endured a number of injuries and hasn’t missed a game yet. But there’s reason for concern as the Texans’ superstar defensive end was about to head to training camp. According to John McClain of the Houston Chronicle, Watt has undergone back surgery, and will open camp on the physically unable to perform…

Rockets sign Chinanu Onuaku

The Rockets signed rookie forward/center Chinanu Onuaku (Chih-NAH-noo On-ooh-AH-koo) today. According to the Houston Chronicle, it is a three-year, fully guaranteed deal. Onuaku was selected by Houston with the 37th overall pick in the...Show More Summary

Chris Correa Sentenced to 46 Months for Hacking Astros' Computer System

Chris Correa, who pleaded guilty to hacking the Houston Astros' database while working with the St. Louis Cardinals, has learned of his sentence. Per David Barron of the Houston Chronicle, United States District Judge Lynn Hughes sentenced Correa to 46 months in prison. Show More Summary

Texans signing Ra’Zahn Howard after supplemental draft

After going unpicked in Thursday’s supplemental draft and becoming a free agent, ex-Purdue defensive tackle Ra’Zahn Howard will sign with the Texans. Both ESPN’s Adam Schefter and Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reported the signing, and Howard told Wilson he’s “ready to make the Texans proud.” Howard was a three-year starter at Purdue and…

Pablo Prigioni Reportedly to Sign with Rockets: Contract Details, Reaction

Pablo Prigioni is headed back to the Houston Rockets. According to The Vertical's Adrian Wojnarowski, Prigioni and the Rockets agreed to terms on a two-year deal Wednesday evening. The Houston Chronicle's Jonathan Feigen confirmed the...Show More Summary

Adrian Peterson is still running sub-4.5 40s

Adrian Peterson has complained in recent months about the grind of training camp and OTAs. But those workouts pale in comparison to what Peterson does on his own. Ben Goessling of ESPN.com chronicled Peterson’s sessions in Houston following the conclusion of the Vikings’ offseason program. The grueling workout, which consists of a variety of running…

Andre Johnson: Latest News, Rumors, Speculation Surrounding Free-Agent WR

Four months after the Indianapolis Colts released him, wide receiver Andre Johnson is still preparing to play in 2016. Continue for updates. Johnson Training for This Season Wednesday, July 6 Per Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle,...Show More Summary

Eric Gordon Reportedly to Sign with Rockets: Latest Contract Details, Reaction

Former New Orleans Pelicans guard Eric Gordon agreed to terms Saturday on a four-year, $53 million deal with the Houston Rockets, per The Vertical's Adrian Wojnarowski and the Houston Chronicle's Jonathan Feigen. Gordon, 27, has hadShow More Summary

Gun nut mom's rampage was to punish her husband

3 weeks agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

The recent double murder of her two daughters, by mentally ill gun-enthusiast Christy Sheats was evidently meant to punish her husband for their impending divorce. Houston Chronicle: The 45-year-old father told investigators his wife...Show More Summary

Christy Sheats: Why Did The Texas Mom Kill Her Two Daughters?

What happened on June 24th has left three dead, and several looking for answers. “It was a family argument that turned into a shooting," Fort Bend County Sheriff Troy Nehls told the Houston Chronicle, unable to elaborate. “We’re still...Show More Summary

Woman Killed by Police After Killing Daughters

A Texas mother shot and killed her two daughters Friday afternoon in a “comfortable, middle-class subdivision" near Katy, the Houston Chronicle reports. According to CNN, she was then shot and killed by a police officer after refusing to drop the gun. KPRC identifies the women as 42-year-old Christy Sheats, 22-year-old...

Daily News Brief, June 20, 2016

Corrected and updated, June 20, 2016, at 8:45 AM FL Newspaper Takes On Accuracy of T&R Studies for TBX and Other Projects Transit Agency Board Endorses TBX Houston Chronicle Looks at Toll Interoperability,...

Dax Swanson and Isaiah Frey to Cowboys: Contract Details, Comments and Reaction

The Dallas Cowboys added depth to their secondary Monday by signing cornerbacks Isaiah Frey and Dax Swanson. Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle was among the many to report the news. The Chicago Bears selected Frey in the sixth round of the 2012 draft. Show More Summary

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