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Friday, October 31, 2014

Articles tagged: Houston Texans

Former Oilers say two players on 1993 team were gay, nobody cared

While the topic of gay players on NFL rosters has garnered a great deal of attention over the past few years, it is hardly a new issue. There are likely gay men playing professional football today just as there were gay men playing professional football 20 years ago. According to a few former players, the…Read More

Texans reportedly not interested in Jon Gruden, Mike Shanahan

With the Houston Texans having fired former head coach Gary Kubiak last week, the usual big names have been flying around as potential candidates for the vacancy. Two of the more popular ones are Mike Shanahan and Jon Gruden. According to John McClain of the Houston Chronicle, neither Shanahan nor Gruden are a possibility. McClain…Read More

Jon Gruden reportedly a candidate for Houston Texans coaching job

Whenever a head coaching vacancy in college football or the NFL stirs speculation, Jon Gruden is frequently tossed into the mix. Despite the endless rumors though that have tailed Gruden, who last coached at Tampa Bay before being canned in 2008, he hasn’t budged from his broadcasting perch as an analyst on Monday Night Football….Read More

Andre Johnson on Texans: ‘We suck’

Most people would argue that the Houston Texans are a better football team than the Jacksonville Jaguars. Those who subscribe to the “numbers don’t lie” theory would tell you that the Texans and Jags are both 2-9, and Jacksonville beat Houston on Sunday. Does that mean the team that was once widely considered the NFL’s…Read More

Vince Young campaigns on Twitter for job with Houston Texans

Good news, Houston Texans fans. Matt Schaub may be hurt, and T.J. Yates may be throwing pick-sixes, but at least you have another good quarterback option. Houston native Vince Young has put himself in the running for the Texans quarterback job. Vince made himself available to the team by sending these tweets during Sunday’s game:…Read More

Arian Foster called players-only meeting after loss to Seattle Seahawks

How concerned are the Houston Texans about their 2-2 start to the 2013 season? Concerned enough for Arian Foster to call a players-only meeting after the team’s most recent loss to the Seattle Seahawks. Houston lost in overtime on Sunday after Matt Schaub threw two interceptions, one of which came toward the end of the…Read More

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