The digital content manager of CBS Radio Houston, Garret is a father, husband, sports fan and former comedian.
Arian Foster took to twitter Tuesday morning to voice his comments on the Ray Rice situation. Rice was suspended indefinitely by the NFL on Monday and released by the Ravens after video of him punching then-fiance Janay Palmer in an Atlantic City hotel elevator surfaced.
HOUSTON (CBS HOUSTON) – Houston Texans number one overall pick Jadevon Clowney will miss the next 4-6 weeks after having surgery on his right knee Monday morning, head coach Bill O’Brien said. Clowney left the [...]
Houston Texans Pro Bowl offensive guard Wade Smith saw the video and wonders how any “man” could have respect for the Ravens running back.
The Houston Texans started their 2014 NFL season off on a positive note for first time head coach Bill O’Brien. A 17-6 win over the Washington Redskins gives the Texans half the amount of wins they finished with last year when they had a league worst 2-14 record. The win was not without it’s blemishes. Texans first round draft pick Jadeveon Clowney left the game early with a knee injury and didn’t return.
Houston (CBS HOUSTON) – The Houston Astros announced that they have fired manager Bo Porter and bench coach Dave Trembley on Monday. Porter came on as manager to start the 2013 season and saw the [...]
Houston (CBS HOUSTON) – The Houston Texans have brought in a familiar face. Safety Danieal Manning, who was released earlier this year, is expected to resign with the Houston Texans on Monday pending a physical, ESPN’s [...]
The Texans kept 10 players that were all on the roster before the 53 man cut on Saturday.
St. Louis (CBS HOUSTON) The St. Louis Rams have released Houston area native Michael Sam prior to the 3pm CT deadline to have all active rosters to 53 players. Sam will be placed on waivers [...]
HOUSTON (CBS HOUSTON) – The Houston Texans have released WR Travis Labhart, according to reports from Fox 26’s Mark Berman. Labhart had 6 catches for 67 yards in the preseason and also returned punts in [...]
I love mascots. Don’t know why. Maybe because I kind of look like one, act like one and enjoy the fact they get to mess with everyone in the stands and on the field. I’ve recently realized that there is a new second place spot for best mascot not named the Philly Phanatic. (Sorry, no one passes the Phanitic. It’s worth going to a horrible Phillies game just to see the Phanatic.)