Houston Texans running back Arian Foster does yoga, meditates—and you really won't believe how much kale he eats.
With an eye on attracting prospective homebuyers, the Houston Association of Realtors has rolled out a search-by-commute tool on its new statewide website. “We operate under a ‘give the consumer what they want’ perspective at HAR,” said HAR President and...
The NFL MVP debate almost certainly will come down to Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt, but the other award winners aren't so clear. Who deserves the NFL's Offensive Player of the...Show More Summary
In Houston, Gary Kubiak and Wade Phillips led the Texans to their first two playoff berths in franchise history. It appears they'll attempt to have the same success in Kubiak's new digs in Denver. Ed Werder of ESPN and Ian Rapoport of...Show More Summary
Being an owner of considerable clout as the chairman of the NFL's finance committee, the Houston Texans' Bob McNair doesn't mind offering his opinion. He is quoted twice in GQ Magazine's extensive portrait of NFL commissioner Roger Goodell. The...Show More Summary
What do a 7'0" center for the Denver Nuggets and a 5'10" safety for the Houston Texans have in common?A love of dat ass...Cause JaVale McGee (the center) and D.J. Swearinger (the safety) were both at a L.A. strip club this past Monday CRUSHING it…
Thunder forward Kevin Durant and Houston Texans defensive lineman J.J. Watt have signed endorsement deals with American Family Insurance, the company said Tuesday.
While most CrossFit enthusiasts hope to someday graduate to the 24-inch box jump, Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt has been busy jumping nearly five feet. Seriously! Measuring in at a whopping 6 feet, 5 inches tall, the Wisconsin-born NFL player stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! to discuss his family and grocery bills, and... Show More Summary
Fresh off a Pro Bowl in which he was named the defensive most valuable player, Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt went Hollywood, with an appearance on the "Jimmy Kimmel Show." Watt revisited stories familiar from this season --Show More Summary
Not even Elmo can stop defensive end J.J. Watt. During a recent appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, the Houston Texans star offered to get the host a latte. There were just a few obstacles Watt had to get through in order to get the job done. Show More Summary
It's hard to remember now, but there was a time when Houston Texans linebacker Jadeveon Clowney wasn't regarded as a potential failure. (Of course, the Texans helped contribute to that situation by leaking unkind things on their end.) Instead, he was supposed to be an anchor of the best pass rush in the NFL. Show More Summary
This JJ Watt one-handed catch looks a lot like something you would see from New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham. It took place prior to Sunday’s Pro Bowl, as the Houston Texans’ defensive end played catch with some fans in the stands at the University of Arizona Stadium. And while we would usually be in awe […]
Houston Texans star J.J. Watt had such a phenomenal year that he worked his way into the conversation for the NFL Most Valuable Player Award this season. When it came time to play in the 2015 Pro Bowl on Sunday, it was just another day at the office for him. Some players may take the Pro Bowl lightly. Show More Summary
GLENDALE, Ariz. – J.J. Watt would have fit in perfectly in the single-platoon era, when players stayed on the field and played both sides of the ball. The Houston Texans defensive end is a wrecking machine on defense. He can catch touchdowns from the tight end position, because his size and agility makes him an incredibly tough matchup. Show More Summary
Seriously, what can't J.J. Watt do on the football field? The Houston Texans star can do anything and everything on the defensive side of the football, and this season, he showed off his offensive talent too. As it turns out, he can even do well on special teams—as a kicker. Show More Summary
The Texans lost a veteran assistant coach last week when defensive line coach Bill Kollar took a job with the Broncos. They’ll replace him with another seasoned coach. John McClain of the Houston Chronicle reports that Paul Pasqualoni will join Bill O’Brien’s staff as Kollar’s replacement. Pasqualoni coached the Bears defensive linemen in 2014 and…
Denver head coach Gary Kubiak is adding a familiar face to his coaching staff. According to John McClain of the Houston Chronicle, Texans defensive line coach Bill Kollar will be joining the Broncos coaching staff in the same position. Houston allowed Kollar out of his contract to make the lateral move to Denver. “I’m excited…
While Jadeveon Clowney is yet to put weight on his right knee, Houston Texans general manager Rick Smith says the team's top overall selection has been "diligent" in his rehab from microfracture surgery. "That surgery requires a pretty significant amount of time that you are not weight bearing, and then you kind of gotta work yourself back to it. Show More Summary
Six weeks removed from having had microfracture surgery, Houston Texans outside linebacker Jadeveon Clowney is still working through the relatively early stages of rehab. He can't put weight on his surgically repaired right knee just...Show More Summary
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- In the middle of a career-changing losing streak, as he sought to pull the 2013 Houston Texans out of the rut they had fallen into and find the unturned stone that would make the difference, Gary Kubiak said he tried to do too much. That he saw his limit but went right on by. "That was a scary time," Kubiak said this week. Show More Summary