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Darren Perry could remain on Packers coaching staff

Despite an interview with the Houston Texans this week, Darren Perry could remain a member of the Green Bay Packers coaching staff. According to Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, Perry has yet to make a decision on his coaching future. Perry has served as the Packers’ safeties coach since 2009 and remains under contract [more]

Brian Gaine introduced as Texans general manager

Brian Gaine was officially introduced as the Houston Texans general manager        

Brian Gaine’s to-do list includes long-term deal for Jadeveon Clowney

Brain Gaine hasn’t even settled into his new office in Houston and already he has a to-do list. Among the things the Texans’ new General Manager hopes to get done this offseason is a long-term extension for Pro Bowl outside linebacker Jadeveon Clowney. Clowney, who set a career-high with 9.5 sacks, is scheduled a fifth-year [more]

Texans dismiss Jason Lowrey as director of football operations

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]

Reports: Bears interested in Todd Downing, Pat O’Hara for quarterbacks coach

The Chicago Bears are interested in former Oakland Raiders offensive coordinator Todd Downing and Houston Texans offensive assistant/quarterbacks coach Pat O’Hara for their quarterbacks coach position under new head coach Matt Nagy.Show More Summary

Texans’ interviews for DBs job includes Darren Perry

The Texans have interviewed two assistants for their vacant defensive backs job and have offensive assistant Pat O’Hara in Chicago today talking to the Bears about becoming their quarterbacks coach, John McClain of the Houston Chronicle reports. Houston is seeking to replace John Butler, who was fired as defensive backs coach after the season. The [more]

D’Onta Foreman focuses on his recovery heading into 2018

The Texans hope their promising rookie back can return from a torn Achilles next season. The season ended abruptly for Houston Texans rookie running back D’Onta Foreman. The third-round pick tore his Achilles tendon in the Texans’ Week 11 win over the Arizona Cardinals after his best rushing effort. Show More Summary

Texans sign new general manager Brian Gaine and Bill O'Brien to five-year deals

The Texans are bringing Brian Gaine back to Houston as their new general manager and keeping Bill O'Brien around on the sidelines with him.

Report: Texans negotiating long-term deal with Bill O’Brien

With the Texans set to hire Brian Gaine as General Manager, they will turn their attention to getting Bill O’Brien on board for the long haul. Houston is negotiating a long-term contract extension with the head coach, John McClain of the Houston Chronicle reports. O’Brien, who has a year left on his contract, is expected [more]

Meet Brian Gaine, the new general manager of the Texans

Houston has hired Rick Smith’s replacement. After 11 years, the Houston Texans were in the market for a new general manager after Rick Smith announced he would take a leave of absence. Now the team has hired Brian Gaine to take over,...Show More Summary

Report: Will McClay staying with Cowboys, declines Texans’ request

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]

Report: Brian Gutekunst staying in Green Bay

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 to interview for Texans’ G.M. job Sunday

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]

Texans add two more names to G.M. search

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]

PTSD from Hurricane Harvey May Be Behind Spike in Murders in Houston: Mayor

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The Texan city saw a nearly 15 per cent rise in murders in the Texas city from September to December 2017 compared with 2016.

Rick Smith’s future in Houston yet to be determined

Rick Smith’s future is in doubt. Will he return to the Texans a year from now, and if so, in what capacity? Texans owner Bob McNair isn’t ready to address Smith’s next career move. Smith took a year-long leave of absence to care for his three children and his wife, Tiffany, as she undergoes treatment [more]

Bob McNair says Texans know what they want in G.M.

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]

Lions interview Vrabel for coaching opening

The Detroit Lions have interviewed Houston Texans defensive coordinator Mike Vrabel for their coaching position        

Broncos, Texans staffs will coach in Senior Bowl

The staffs of the Denver Broncos and Houston Texans have been selected to coach in the 2018 Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama, later this month        

Jadeveon Clowney having minor knee surgery

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]

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