Dallas Keuchel showed in last night’s All Star Game, greatness doesn’t have to be flashy. There are a lot of reasons ESPN would give Caitlyn Jenner its award for courage. I cut my own hair, and it’s […]
Former Texans offensive lineman Kasey Studdard joined Mad Radio and they talked about Arian Foster and how he is viewed nationally, the way he plays the game to extend his career, his thoughts on Charlie Strong at UT and his hunting and fishing show.
When the Houston Texans were named as the next team to be featured on HBO’s Hard Knocks, there was celebration from two groups in particular. Fans and sports talk radio guys. That tells you everything you need […]
New Texans RB Kenny Hilliard joined The Triple Threat Wednesday on Sports Radio 610 to give us his reaction to being selected in the 7th round of the NFL Draft, what he can bring to […]
John Harris of Texans Radio and HoustonTexans.com joined The Triple Threat Monday on Sports Radio 610 to give us his take on what the Texans should do in the 2015 NFL Draft, including whether they […]
Former Wisconsin RB Melvin Gordon joined The Triple Threat Monday on Sports Radio 610 to give us an update of what he’s been up to this offseason, his take on the devaluation of the RB […]
Dave Dameshek, NFL Network, joined the B-Straw & Pauly G show to talk Texans and football. He discussed the quarterback situation as well as the defensive line. Dameshek is very impressed with Arian Foster but not so much Vince Wilfork. He also discussed how the Patriots and the Broncos look going into the coming season. They mixed in a little movie talk as well.
Former Miami RB Duke Johnson joined The Triple Threat Monday on Sports Radio 610 in advent of next month’s NFL Draft, where he figures to go, whether he thinks he could have done better at […]
Pro Football Focus director Mike Clay joins Matt Hammond and Sean Pendergast on the Triple Threat to talk about the most interesting prospects in NFL Free Agency this off-season. They also get into Kareem Jackson’s potential re-signing, and discuss the Texans upgrading at the running back position.
Arian Foster has had a poem turned into a short film. “Where We Dwell” was placed on Vimeo and a website with the title of final line of the poem “Forever We Run” on Sunday. The 2:30 film, by directors Todd Martin, Evan Metzold and Anderson Wright, starts with a runner stopping in the middle of an empty road seemingly out of breath.