REPORT: DeAndre Hopkins Inks Five Year Extension With TexansThe Houston Texans have agreed to terms with their star wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins on a new five-year extension.
The Best of The Triple Threat 08-21-17The Best of The Triple Threat, from Monday 08-21-17
Andre Johnson To Be Inaugural Inductee Into Texans Ring of Honor
Tim Brown Likes Andre Johnson's Chances At Hall Of FameNFL Hall of Famer Tim Brown joined In the Loop and they talked about Deshaun Watson and the Oakland Raiders move to Las Vegas.
JJ Watt In The LoopJJ Watt joined In the Loop and they talked about his off season, how his back is doing and will he be completely healthy for the beginning of the season, hazing his brother TJ and his charity softball game.
Andre Johnson: Houston Became HomeAndre Johnson opened up on the Triple Threat and was joined by some old friends.
3T - Andre Johnson with Charley Casserly Calling InThe final segment of the Triple Threat's interview with Houston Texans great Andre Johnson. This segment includes the General Manager who drafted him, Charley Casserly, calling in.
3T - Andre Johnson with Gary Kubiak Calling In 04-21-17The Triple Threat's interview with Houston Texans great Andre Johnson continues, in this segment, his former coach Gary Kubiak calls in.
3T - Andre Johnson Part 1 04-21-17Sean, Paul Gallant, and John McClain talk with Houston Texans great Andre Johnson for three segments. Hear Andre's thoughts on moving to Houston in 2003, his favorite moments and plays, special guests like David Anderson, and more.
Johnson's Case For The HOFAndre Johnson signed a one-day contract on Wednesday to retire a Texan. Now the debate begins on if and/or when Andre Johnson will get into the Hall of Fame.
The Best of The Triple Threat 04-19-2017The Best of The Triple Threat, from Wednesday 04-19-2017
Texans Ink Johnson To One Day Contract To Retire A TexanAndre Johnson returned to where it all began on Wednesday. The 14-year veteran inked a one-day 2017 player contract with the Houston Texans at a ceremony in the press box of NRG Stadium so that he can officially retire from the NFL with the team that drafted him in 2003.