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Here are the reasons why Brock Osweiler will not see another training camp, season, snap with the Houston Texans going forward.
The Houston Texans will be without two of their starting defensive players on Saturday as they take on the New England Patriots in the AFC Divisional game in Foxboro. Linebacker John Simon is out again with a chest injury and safety Quintin Demps is missing the game because of a hamstring injury.
The world is a cause and effect world. One thing happens, causes something else to happen and that causes another thing to happen until the process is stopped. Some of those things are little and only one person is affected. Sometimes it affects a whole group of people. The Chargers move being the cause will obviously have a big effect on a lot of people. But for the Sports world, there are five things I see happening as a result of this move. Two of them directly tied to the Chargers vacating San Diego.
The Tampa Bay Lightning are officially the winners of Twitter for 2017. We’re only 12 days in, but the game is over. On Thursday the San Diego Chargers announced they were moving to Los Angeles. […]
Team chairman Dean Spanos made the announcement Thursday in a letter posted on the Chargers’ Twitter account.
For $99 any fan can get something signed by the Heisman Trophy Winner or for just $50 the fan can take a selfie with Manziel.
The Los Angeles Rams are taking notice, specifically of Mike Vrabel, the Texans linebackers coach. A report from SportsRadio 610’s John McClain says the Rams will interview Vrabel for their vacant head coaching position.
The Houston Texans will see Brock Osweiler man the quarterback position for the second straight week after beating the Oakland Raiders 27-14 in the Wild card round of the NFL Playoffs, head coach Bill O’Brien confirmed in his post game press conference Saturday.
The Rangers are looking to update and modernize their fans experience from their current Globe Life Park in Arlington, which was opened in 1994. It seems as though the new stadium is taking some visual cues from the home of division rivals and state rivals Houston Astros.
It’s no surprise J.J. Watt’s jersey is the most worn jersey by Houston Texans fans. Many of those fans are kids, like Noah Fulmer, who was struck by a vehicle on Monday while wearing his J.J. Watt Jersey.