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There was a picture tweeted out over the weekend that, if it is to be believed, shows 30 of the team’s color rush uniforms for the 2016 season. On the card that sent out the color next to the Houston Texans logo is a blue very similar to the Houston Oilers Columbia Blue.
The Houston Texans have released 2015 starting quarterback Brian Hoyer according to multiple reports. Hoyer will become a free-agent and will be able to sign with any team he wishes.
All the Houston Texans fans were waiting for was the when, and now we know that. The Texans play five primetime games this season, two on Monday Night (Week 7 & Week 11), one on Sunday night (Week 6), one on Saturday (Week 16) and their annual Thursday Night game (Week 3). They are also facing a lot of familiar foes in those primetime games starting with the Thursday Night game in New England in Week 3. That game will be broadcast on CBS, the NFL Network and streamed on Twitter.
Kobe Bryant scored 60 incredible points. He carried a miserable Los Angeles Lakers team to an improbable comeback victory.
And with sweat and confetti all over his gold uniform for the final time, he expressed humble thanks to his fans and family for their loving support over two decades.
The Houston Astros have been having fun in the clubhouse with the media, wearing football helmets and other things during their interviews and when the Carolina Panthers found out Carlos Gomez was dabbing and wearing a Panthers helmet things got serious.
Carlos Correa is off to a prodigious start in his first full major league season. His latest impressive performance went to waste at Yankee Stadium, though. Collin McHugh got only one out in the shortest start of his career, and the Houston Astros were routed by the New York Yankees 16-6 on Wednesday night.
The Houston Texans have agreed to a restricted free-agent tender with linebacker John Simon the players management agency announced on twitter.
Denver (CBS HOUSTON) – Former Houston Texans defensive end Jared Crick has signed with the Denver Broncos the team announced Wednesday.
There were 74,000+ people at NRG stadium for the National Championship game on Monday. Many of them had their phones out recording the final shot by Michael Jenkins. None may be better than Houston Dynamo’s Zach Steinberger who caught a great view of the shot.
On Wednesday, Watt told Nick Wright and John Lopez on In The Loop on SportsRadio 610 that he isn’t going to play too long in the NFL