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Texans Finally Get Defensive, Pick S Dillon and DT Reader In 5th RoundThe Texans finally turned their eyes to the defensive side of the ball in the fifth round, taking safety K.J. Dillon from West Virginia with the No. 159 pick and Clemson nose tackle D.J. Reader on day three of the 2016 NFL Draft.
Texans Take RB Tyler Ervin In 4th Round To Open Final Day Of NFL DraftThe Texans kicked off the final day of the draft with their fourth-round selection. They kept going to the speed well, drafting San Jose State RB Tyler Ervin with the No. 119 pick.
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Texans Pick Ohio State's Braxton Miller In The 3rd RoundThe Texans finally waited their turn and didn't trade up. Houston made its final pick of day two on time, selecting xx out of xx with the No. 85 pick in the 3rd round of the 2016 NFL Draft on Friday night.
Texans Move Up Again, Select Center Nick Martin With Pick No. 50The Texans waited their turn in round two but still snagged Notre Dame's Nick Martin with the 52nd selection.
Best Of The Triple Threat 4/29Sean, Rich and Ted on a Friday
Texans Brass: Despite Loaded WR Class, Fuller Was "Our No. 1" ChoiceEven with Corey Coleman off the board, the Texans had their pick of wide receivers in the bottom third of the first round. According to Bob McNair and Bill O'Brien, they got their man with the 21st selection in the explosive Will Fuller.
Texans Officially Welcome 'Soft-Spoken' 1st-Round Pick Will FullerThe Texans officially introduced first-round pick Will Fuller on Friday at NRG Stadium. The soft-spoken wideout speaks loudly with his play on the field, making a modest first impression on Houston in his press conference.
Houston Texans Expected To Target Offensive Line, Defensive Tackle Or Tight EndThe Houston Texans have some priorities for the second day of the NFL Draft. They filled a hole with wide receiver Will Fuller on Thursday but they have a few holes still to plug on Friday.
Jon Weeks Excited To Work With New Special Teams Coach Larry IzzoHouston Texans long snapper Jon Weeks joined Mad Radio and they talked about last season, the draft, going to the Pro Bowl, new special teams coach Larry Izzo and what he is doing in the community.
Keidel: Like Dan Marino, Laremy Tunsil A Victim Of Embellished FearsLike the teams that passed on Marino, the teams that ignored Laremy Tunsil may have much explaining to do on judgement day.
What Can Texans Fans Expect From Will Fuller?Texans sideline reporter John Harris joined Mad Radio to give his thoughts on the first round pick of the Houston Texans Notre Dame wide receiver Will Fuller and where the Texans could go in the second round.

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Texans Finally Get Defensive, Pick S Dillon and DT Reader In 5th RoundThe Texans finally turned their eyes to the defensive side of the ball in the fifth round, taking safety K.J. Dillon from West Virginia with the No. 159 pick and Clemson nose tackle D.J. Reader on day three of the 2016 NFL Draft.
Texans Take RB Tyler Ervin In 4th Round To Open Final Day Of NFL DraftThe Texans kicked off the final day of the draft with their fourth-round selection. They kept going to the speed well, drafting San Jose State RB Tyler Ervin with the No. 119 pick.
Texans Pick Ohio State's Braxton Miller In The 3rd RoundThe Texans finally waited their turn and didn't trade up. Houston made its final pick of day two on time, selecting xx out of xx with the No. 85 pick in the 3rd round of the 2016 NFL Draft on Friday night.
Texans Move Up Again, Select Center Nick Martin With Pick No. 50The Texans waited their turn in round two but still snagged Notre Dame's Nick Martin with the 52nd selection.
Texans Brass: Despite Loaded WR Class, Fuller Was "Our No. 1" ChoiceEven with Corey Coleman off the board, the Texans had their pick of wide receivers in the bottom third of the first round. According to Bob McNair and Bill O'Brien, they got their man with the 21st selection in the explosive Will Fuller.
Texans Officially Welcome 'Soft-Spoken' 1st-Round Pick Will FullerThe Texans officially introduced first-round pick Will Fuller on Friday at NRG Stadium. The soft-spoken wideout speaks loudly with his play on the field, making a modest first impression on Houston in his press conference.

Astros

Altuve Homer Leads Astros To 7-4 WinJose Altuve is convinced the struggling Houston Astros are about to get as hot as he is. Altuve opened the game with his third leadoff homer of the season, doubled twice and scored three runs to help the Astros avoid a sweep with a 7-4 victory over the Seattle Mariners on Wednesday night.
Astros Blown Out 11-1 In SeattleRobinson Cano forgot how many outs there were and failed to turn a double play to end the seventh inning. It was the type of play that could have left the door open for the Astros to get back into Tuesday night's game.
Colby Rasmus Named American League Player Of The WeekMajor League Baseball announced this afternoon that Houston Astros outfielder Colby Rasmus has been named the American League Player of the Week for the week of April 18-24. This marks the second career Player of the Week award for Rasmus.
Red Sox Erase Rasmus' Game-Tying Home Run, Down Astros in 12 Innings To Win SeriesFirst-inning trouble was too much for even Colby Rasmus' ninth-inning homer to overcome. The slugger tied the game with a #ColbyJack but Boston prevailed, 7-5, in 12 innings to snare a series win in Houston.
Astros Fall 2-1 To Rangers After Some Base Running BlundersCole Hamels had never hit more than two batters in a game. So suffice it to say, the Texas left-hander was off to a strange start when he plunked the first two Houston hitters Wednesday night.
Astros Fall To Rangers In First Game For The Silver BootIan Desmond has already shown he can make the adjustment to being an everyday outfielder. Now he wants to start hitting for the Texas Rangers. A rested Desmond had his first two-hit game with the Rangers, while Prince Fielder and Mitch Moreland homered in a 7-5 victory over the Houston Astros on Tuesday night in the first meeting of 2016 between the AL West playoff teams from last season.

Rockets

Houston Rockets Off-Season OutlookThe Rockets were a disaster this season. How will they maneuver to rectify that this summer?
Third Quarter Blitz Pushes Rockets To The BrinkRockets trail 3-1 after a 121-94 loss to Golden State
Dwight Howard Tells The Haters To "Shut Up"People, people, people, Howard was not upset that the Rockets ended up winning.
Harden's Game-Winning Shot With 2.7 Seconds Left Lifts Rockets To Game 3 WinJames Harden's go-ahead fadeaway jumper with 2.7 second left propelled the Rockets to a Game 3 win on Thursday night. The Warriors still lead the series, 2-1, and Steph Curry is expected back for Game 4, but Houston made it a series despite losing a 17-point lead.
Rockets Aim To Be Nastier In Game ThreeAfter two games of getting pushed around, the Rockets will try and out muscle the Warriors in game three.
[Photo] TNT Lists Games 5, 6 & 7 For Rockets Vs. Warriors As "Not Necessary"TNT, who is broadcasting Thursday Night's game, apparently doesn't believe we need to even worry about the Rockets winning one game in this series.

Dynamo

Dynamo Look To End Road WoesThe Dynamo head to Utah to face Real Salt Lake and look to snap a five game winless streak.
Dynamo Players Show w/ Sheanon Williams 04-25-16
Houston Dynamo Players Show w/ Ricardo Clark 04-18-16
Houston Dynamo Coaches Show 04 -18-2016
Carli Lloyd Out 2-3 Weeks With MCL SprainHouston Dash and USWNT Captain Carli Lloyd suffered a Grade 1 MCL sprain Saturday night in Orlando the Dash announced Monday. An MRI scan this morning confirmed the injury. Lloyd suffered the injury in the fifth minute when she went in for a tackle against an Orlando player. The team expects Lloyd to miss three to six weeks while recovering from the sprain.
Dynamo Seeing Red After 1-0 Loss In ColumbusKei Kamara’s penalty kick goal in the 21st minute, after a Tyler Deric red card in the box, leads to a 1-0 win for Columbus.

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Texans Finally Get Defensive, Pick S Dillon and DT Reader In 5th RoundThe Texans finally turned their eyes to the defensive side of the ball in the fifth round, taking safety K.J. Dillon from West Virginia with the No. 159 pick and Clemson nose tackle D.J. Reader on day three of the 2016 NFL Draft.
Texans Take RB Tyler Ervin In 4th Round To Open Final Day Of NFL DraftThe Texans kicked off the final day of the draft with their fourth-round selection. They kept going to the speed well, drafting San Jose State RB Tyler Ervin with the No. 119 pick.
Outdoor Show: Sat April 30Listen Saturday's to win a fishing trip with Captain Mickey!
Texans Pick Ohio State's Braxton Miller In The 3rd RoundThe Texans finally waited their turn and didn't trade up. Houston made its final pick of day two on time, selecting xx out of xx with the No. 85 pick in the 3rd round of the 2016 NFL Draft on Friday night.
Texans Move Up Again, Select Center Nick Martin With Pick No. 50The Texans waited their turn in round two but still snagged Notre Dame's Nick Martin with the 52nd selection.
Best Of The Triple Threat 4/29Sean, Rich and Ted on a Friday

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