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Mahomes and former Texans quarterback David Carr headed outside to see who could throw the faster ball.
Don’t worry, we’re here to educate you on someone Houston is very familiar with, Kealia Ohai!
The Houston Texans might be spending some time with the New England Patriots this preseason, according to a report from Mike Reiss the teams are in talks to train together at the Greenbrier in week 2 of the preseason.
Here are five quarterbacks the Texans can look at to be their guy in 2017 from least to most likely.
During the 5th inning of the Cardinals and Chicago Cubs game, Piscotty was hit three times by thrown balls. It started when he was hit by a 3-1 pitch in the right elbow. He then tried to advance to second on a pitch in the dirt and was hit in his left elbow. Finally, he advanced towards home on an error and the throw missed the catcher’s glove and hit the battered base runner in the head.
“He’s a Dynamo legend; it’ll be great to have him back at BBVA Compass Stadium.”
The next big star that might be joining the MLS with the likes of Kaka, David Silva, and Bastian Schweinsteiger is English star Wayne Rooney. He is no longer starting for Manchester United and a move to the USA and the MLS would give Rooney a good push on his American celebrity as well as a nice addition to his pocketbook.
Scheduling the MLB games for times that work with the NFL is also a key. On the days that the playoffs would go head to head against the NFL it is important to try and not go directly up against NFL Games. Only one Thursday and two Mondays would be scheduled for the playoffs. The Thursday games could theoretically be day games to not go up against opening night of the NFL, but maybe early evening works too.
The Houston Texans have been extremely quiet during NFL Free Agency. So quiet in fact, they actually have not even had any potential free agents visit with the team SportsRadio 610 has learned.
Former Houston Texans tight end Owen Daniels told Mike Meltser and Seth Payne on Mad Radio on SportsRadio 610 on Wednesday that he believes the Texans should stay with what they have under center.