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HOUSTON (CBS HOUSTON) The Houston Texans had a rough go of it in Week 3 while visiting the New York Giants. A 30-10 loss saw the Texans fall to 2-1 on the season. However the [...]
East Rutherford (CBS HOUSTON) – Arian Foster might not be able to go for the Houston Texans this week against the New York Giants. SportsRadio 610 and Houston Chronicle’s John McClain says that the Foster [...]
A tweet from ESPN’s Darren Rovell points to another potential sponsorship problem for the Minnesota Vikings and NFL. Monday night the Vikings heard from Radisson Hotels that they were suspending their sponsorship with the team. On Tuesday, Anheuser-Busch released a statement saying they didn’t like how the NFL was currently handling its multiple criminal and public relations situations.
On Tuesday Foster took a shot at beer giant Anheuser-Busch after their statement on how they have not approved of the NFL’s handling of recent situations.
The video of Giancarlo Stanton being hit in the face with a fastball from Brewers pitcher Mike Fiers is scary. The picture of his face shortly afterwards is gruesome. His face just a few days later [...]
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton wants the Vikings to suspend running back Adrian Peterson after his indictment on alleged child abuse.
CBS College football analyst Spencer Tillman joined In The Loop with Nick Wright and John Lopez on Tuesday to talk a little college football and during their conversation Tillman expressed his concern over Charlie Strong’s longevity at the University of Texas.
Joc Bruce (what an awesome name!) is committed to Tennessee to play football. He goes to South-Doyle High School in Knoxville and he seems ready to begin his career as a big hitting SEC defensive [...]
The Minnesota Vikings have welcomed back running back Adrian Peterson to their team after the star player was indicted on Friday in Montgomery County Texas on felony injury to a child charges. Peterson turned himself in early Saturday and was released on $15,000 bond. He was deactivated from the Vikings roster for their 30-7 loss to the New England Patriots Sunday.
The Houston Texans unveiled an offense that had been rumored going back to last season with J.J. Watt at tight end on Sunday against the Oakland Raiders. It immediately paid dividends as the former defensive player of the year caught his first career touchdown to start the Texans scoring on their way to a 30-14 win over the Oakland Raiders.