Houston (CBS HOUSTON) – Besides the obvious battle between Ryan Mallet and Brian Hoyer for the starting quarterback position, another major competition happening at training camp is who will replace Andre Johnson opposite DeAndre Hopkins […]
If Andre Johnson was “miserable” his last two seasons with the Texans, he shouldn’t have let it get to that point — either by not signing that contract in 2010 or by demanding a trade […]
Johnathan Joseph’s contract extension is as much about football as it is what it says to the rest of the Texans locker room: do it the Bill O’Brien way, and you won’t get the Andre […]
The Top Headlines of the past 24 hours. The Top 3 Nicknames That Stuck This latest Johnny Football water bottle story is blown way out of proportion. It’s Fast. It’s Furious. It’ s the No […]
For reference: Mike Meltser’s January 2015 Texans Roster Holes In January, I published a post previewing the holes that the Texans brain trust would have to fill on the roster. Four months later, how does […]
Brown: I Think He’ll Be Productive There… But Being The Guy You Where At 28 And 29 Is Just Not Going To Happen Anymore
Hall Of Fame Wide Receiver Tim Brown Joined ‘In The Loop’ And Discussed Andre Johnson’s Outlook For This Season, The Best Receivers In The Draft, And More
Houston Texans running back Jonathan Grimes joined Mad Radio and the discussed all the changes to the roster including Andre Johnson joining a division rival, his thoughts on Ryan Mallett, the difference between Kubiak and O’Brien and his talents outside of football including playing the piano, singing and a master roller skate dancer!
PHOENIX (CBS HOUSTON) – The Houston Texans released 12-year veteran Andre Johnson a few weeks ago. Johnson wanted to leave the team after being told he would have a reduced role in the 2015 season. […]
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Pete Prisco of CBSSports.com joined Mad Radio and they talked about the Texans cutting Andre Johnson and his signing in Indy, his thoughts on who should start at quarterback for the Texans and how Cecil Shorts would fit in the Texans offense.