NFL Network and NFL.com analyst, Bucky Brooks, joins Patrick Creighton and Brett Dolan to discuss the lick that DJ Swearinger put on Dustin Keller. They also get into the issues with some recent rule changes, and talk about the emergence of the no huddle offense in the NFL.
Former Texans defensive tackle Travis Johnson stops by the Nate and Creight Show for a couple segments to talk about what he’s seen at camp. They get into the biggest injuries, potential depth charts, and even get into the Riley Cooper situation.
Houston Chronicle NFL columnist John McClain joins Nate and Patrick to discuss Texans training camp and the new Hall of Fame inductees. They talk extensively about the technique of Curley Culp, and the idea of Bud Adams being in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Tight End was a position that was needed for our Houston Texans in the 2013 NFL Draft; Houston might have gotten a steal in former UConn TE, Ryan Griffin.
Houston Chronicle NFL columnist John McClain joins Nate and Patrick to discuss Texans training camp. They get into the how Ed Reed will improve the defense, and also talk about DJ Swearinger’s role in the secondary.
Houston Texans play-by-play commentator joins Nate and Patrick to talk about what’s happening at training camp. They discuss an offensive strategy for the team, and get into the potential depth chart.
Whitney Mercilus, OLB for the Houston Texans, joined J&R here on SportsRadio 610 to talk about his expectations for himself going into his second season.
Paul Kuharsky joined J&R here on SportsRadio 610 to talk about where the teams in the AFC South sit going into the 2013 season.
Former NFL great Tiki Barber joined MAD Radio here on SportsRadio 610 to talk about the chances the Texans to win a third straight AFC South title.
Russell Baxter, profootballguru.com, joined The Fred & Ted Show to give a preview of the AFC South going into this next season as a part of their Know Your Foe series. Baxter broke down just what the Texans will face in terms of AFC South competition this time around.