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[Photos] Guinness Brews Personalized Beer For JJ WattThe name of the beer is '99'!
Judge Emmett: Astrodome "Is Going To Be There" For Super Bowl LIThe Houston Super Bowl Committee unveiled their countdown clock on Thursday to officially start the kickoff towards Super Bowl LI in Houston at NRG Stadium. Before the curtain was dropped Harris County Judge Ed Emmett took the stage to say a few words. Judge Emmett is a staunch supporter of keeping the Astrodome intact and standing. Currently, it is vacant and has been for years.
Wade Phillips: Astrodome Parade Still Better Than Super Bowl ParadeThe Denver Broncos celebrated their Super Bowl championship on Tuesday in Denver in front of an estimated one million people. One man at that parade was Broncos defensive coordinator Wade Phillips. Phillips came on In The Loop on SportsRadio 610 on Wednesday and said the celebration of the Broncos victory was great, but not the best ever.
10 Things To Do While Waiting For Football To ReturnWe have to survive 79 days until the NFL draft. We are human beings. We are the top of the food chain! We can figure out something to do for 79 days, right? That is the four-times length of the Canadian summer gosh dang it!
Hammond: Why Texans Didn't Win A Super Bowl With Kubiak, PhillipsNFL offseason. Cam Newton. Texans. Kubiak. Wade.
Spoiler Alert Podcast: Super Bowl Commercials And Movie TrailersOn this week's episode, Paul Gallant and Jim Mudd talk Super Bowl 50 commercials and movie trailers, and look ahead to the return of "The Walking Dead" and "Better Call Saul".
Wade Phillips: "If They'll Have Me Back I Will [Still Coach]"The Denver Broncos won Super Bowl 50 on Sunday with a dominant defensive performance from the team coached by Defensive Coordinator Wade Phillips. Phillips joined Nick Wright and John Lopez on In the Loop on Monday to talk about winning the Super Bowl and if he is going to go out on top.
Apparently NFL H.O.F. voters can consider barrier-breaking feats ... unless you're Hispanic
J.J. Watt Wins Defensive Player Of The Year To Tie RecordHouston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt was named the NFL's Defensive Player of the Year award for the second straight year and third time in his career to tie New York Giants linebacker Lawrence Taylor as the lonly player to win the award three times.
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