The digital content manager of CBS Radio Houston, Garret is a father, husband, sports fan and former comedian.
HOUSTON (SportsRadio610.com) – James Harden gets bashed a lot for his inability to play defense. No one will ever bash him for not having self awareness. His newest Foot Locker add has the Houston Rockets [...]
The Houston Texans have a really good player in J.J. Watt. We know this, not because he has amazing stats on the field, not because he does something every week that makes Twitter explode, but because EA Sports Madden game says so.
The Houston Rockets are finally back on Houston Area Television for the vast majority of Southeast Texas. After two years on CSN Houston, which was only offered on Comcast, Root Sports will be be broadcasting Houston Rockets games going forward during the 2014-15 season.
Here are 8 players J.J. Watt, the most prolific scorer in the game, has outscored so far this year.
Houston Texans Defensive Coordinator Romeo Crennel says that he hopes number one overall draft pick Jadeveon Clowney will be on the field on Sunday against the Cleveland Browns and if he gets on the field it will help with the Texans evaluation.
J.J. Watt is a problem for 31 NFL teams. So says Sports Illustrated. The weekly magazine features Houston Texans defensive star on the cover of their upcoming issue.
Four teams in the SEC West are playing for a division championship. But they could end up changing everything we thought would happen for the inaugural College Football Playoffs. The SEC West Potential Circle of Doom might make the College Football Playoffs the worst thing since the BCS.
HOUSTON (SportsRadio610.com) – Mike Vrabel’s house was broken into and his three Super Bowl rings from his time with the New England Patriots were stolen the Houston Texans linebackers coach tweeted Saturday. “To all the [...]
It’s just your run of the mill “new items” layout in the bowles of an NBA Stadium. Dwight Howard walks over to check out the merch, then BOOM! Howard, a known jokester and prankster looks [...]
The Houston Texans won the turnover battle 4-1 on Sunday, including a 51-yard interception return for a touchdown by A.J. Bouye in the first quarter, but penalties and the Eagles fast paced offense were too much for Houston to overcome as they fell 31-21 to the Philadelphia Eagles.