LOPEZ: An Uncomfortable Day In The NFL; Did It WorkWhen numerous players at every NFL venue protested during the playing of the National Anthem on Sunday, did it make you angry? Or did it make you uncomfortable? The answer is important.
If it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck: DeShaun Watson already looking the part of starterBut it is telling how much O'Brien has immersed Watson into situations and rotations otherwise reserved for the starting quarterback. He's taken almost as many reps as Savage. He's been tested against the first-team defense more than presumed back-up quarterbacks ever experience during camp -- especially this early in camp. He's also regularly earned high praise from O'Brien, which is especially enlightening considering Watson is a rookie.
Be like Mike? How less can mean more for J. J. Watt
Words Matter: The Dangerous Game Rick Smith Is PlayingEver since Pro Bowl left tackle Duane Brown skipped mandatory mini-camp early this summer, a holdout by Brown was fully expected. And sure enough, Brown was a no-show for Texans camp. Dissatisfied with a contract that is neither guaranteed nor in line with the roughly $13 million salary upper-echelon NFL tackles average today, Brown wanted to re-do the deal.
John Lopez' Four Stages of a fishing shirt
Locals Share Best & Worst Of Houston For Super Bowl LI VisitorsHere are the unwashed answers the Chamber of Commerce may or may not want you to know. Results are in order of most-often mentioned to least:
Near Midpoint, Pac-12 Twosome Tops Dante Hall Award Watch List
TCU's Desmon White, UH Frosh D'Eriq King Crash Dante Hall Award Watch List
SportsRadio 610 Houston Texans Season PredictionsEvery year before the season we ask everyone at the station what they think the Houston Texans record will be when the season ends. Here are the 2016 predictions from the staff at SportsRadio 610.
Alfred Blue: Missing Or Making The CutThis is how jobs are lost. If you’re not lucky or not good – and Alfred Blue might be a little of both – this usually is how it happens.
Patriots & Heroes: When a small town does big things for America's soldiers
Muhammad Ali And Me: When Journalistic Integrity Should Have Been JunkedBut no one -- no one -- ignited my love for sports more than Muhammad Ali. He was my idol. I loved him. I wanted to be him. I simply would not have fallen in love with the games I played and then covered if not for The Greatest.

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