Wide receiver Andre Johnson posted his lowest average yards per catch since 2005 while playing for the Texans last season, a development which may have accelerated his departure from Houston in the offseason. It’s not a problem for the Colts, though. Indianapolis was quick to snap Johnson up once he became a free agent and…
HOUSTON -- When he departed Houston, Antonio Smith said he'd be leaving the ninja assassin persona he liked to play. Well, there's a chance it could be back. The Oakland Raiders have released Smith after the first year of the two-year contract he signed a little more than a year ago. Show More Summary
Half the female population of Houston showed up for Texans cheerleading tryouts over the weekend.
Although the common belief is that Houston Texans star J.J. Watt can do anything, an appearance on New Girl exposed at least one serious deficiency. He can't sing. In a behind-the-scenes look at his guest appearance on the show, theShow More Summary
When he's not training in a log cabin of sorts, J.J. Watt is acting. And singing. Seriously. The Paul Bunyan-esque offense wrecker for the Houston Texans is apparently a big fan of the show "New Girl." Although we confess to having not seen the critically acclaimed program, we are fans of the work of leading lady Zooey Deschanel. Show More Summary
It’s the biggest tryouts of them all! Over 1000 young ladies turned out for the 2015-16 Houston Texans Cheerleaders Auditions on Saturday. [Texans Cheerleaders Auditions Gallery] [...]
One thing we've learned about Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt is that he's comfortable poking fun at himself from time to time. For the touchdown dance moves. For the selfie sack celebration. And now, for his musical role Tuesday night on FOX sitcom "New Girl." Well, the singing is only one small part of the role. Watch here as Watt explains his latest acting gig:
The first rounds of auditions are over and the field of candidates has been narrowed down to 50 finalists. Click here to see them! And click here for lots of photo and video coverage of this year’s HTC tryouts. Vote here!
Roughly 1,000 of the hottest chicks in Texas went down to Houston this weekend... to try out for a spot on the Texans cheerleading squad... and TMZ Sports has pics from the smokin' hot audition. There are 35 spots on the squad -- a...
How many times can the Texans go pass rusher in Round 1 this decade? At least one more, according to our Texans blog's 2015 NFL mock draft pick. The Houston Texans have drafted pass rushers with three of their last four first-round picks in the NFL Draft, snagging J.J. Show More Summary
On Sunday, the Houston Texans' J.J. Watt ended his season with a safety and three sacks. This was, incredibly, a typical performance for the MVP candidate. Every week, Watt does something we've never seen before. The best illustration of his outrageous athletic ability may be a nine-second video from the summer of 2013. Show More Summary
Last year's No. 1 overall pick is making progress in his rehab. After the Houston Texans selected him with the top pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, Jadeveon Clowney entered his rookie year with high expectations. But the outside linebacker...Show More Summary
Earlier this month, before the Texans released Andre Johnson, the 12-year veteran admitted he wasn't thrilled by the prospects of taking a reduced role in Houston's offense.
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Mike Florio breaks down all the latest news from around the NFL and gets updates from John Mullin (Bears), Tony Grossi (Browns), and Bob Kravitz (Colts). Mike also talks to Texans CB Kareem Jackson about his new deal in Houston and former NFL athletic trainer Mike Ryan about the new injury spotter rule.
According to the NFL calendar, the 2015 draft officially begins on April 30. Speculation about who will pick whom was underway by the time the 2014 regular season had reached its midpoint. Bleacher Report’s own Matt Miller posted his first 2015 mock draft on Oct. Show More Summary
The Houston Texans focused on defense with their selection of Jadeveon Clowney in the 2014 class, but they could look elsewhere in 2015. Which positions should the Texans target? Who could make a big difference on offense? Watch as Adam Lefkoe and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms discuss the Texans' offseason in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
PHOENIX -- Continuing to empty the notebook from my conversation this week with Houston Texans owner Bob McNair... When NFL commissioner Roger Goodell opened this year's league meetings, he focused on character and integrity being important to the league. Show More Summary
Last year there was intrigue at the top of the draft. The Houston Texans, keeping their trade options open with the first overall pick, never divulged publicly who they'd take until handing in the card on draft day. There's no such intrigue...Show More Summary
PHOENIX -- Houston Texans owner Bob McNair wasn't surprised Andre Johnson bristled at the idea of a reduced role next season. It's just human nature, McNair told me this week at the league's owners meetings at the Arizona Biltmore. "Every...Show More Summary