The Ten Years Of Rick Smith: By The Number Years One-SevenA quick look at the 10 Years of Rick Smith up to this point with links to all the previous posts
The Ten Years of Rick Smith: Year SevenPerhaps the most Jekyll and Hyde year of Smith's tenure as general manager.
The Ten Years of Rick Smith: Year FourThe Texans general manager adds some more solid pieces in an examination of his fourth year on the job.
Duane Brown: 'I'm Two Weeks Ahead Of Schedule'Texans Left Tackle Duane Brown joins 'In The Loop'.
Peyton May Want To Be Released By The BroncosWe have Mike Florio of <a href="http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/"><em>ProFootballTalk.com</em></a> on with'In the Loop'.
Hammond: Is Foster One Of The Most Complete RBs Ever?Foster did it all. How many RBs really could?
Five Best Landing Spots For Arian FosterThe Houston Texans released Arian Foster on Thursday. The team saved $6.5MM by cutting him for the 2016 season. Arian Foster plans to get healthy from his Achilles injury and try to play in the NFL again. Where will Foster land? That we don't know, but we suspect that he will play somewhat if at all healthy in 2016. Here are the seven places Foster would fit best.
Could Arian Foster End Up In Dallas?Former Texans offensive lineman Wade Smith was on Mad Radio and he reacted to the release of his former teammate Arian Foster, blocking for Foster and where would be the best fit for him?
9 Of Our Favorite Arian Foster GIFs To Say GoodbyeArian Foster was released from the Houston Texans on Thursday. We look back at nine of our favorite things about Arian Foster from his seven years with the Houston Texans.
The Best Of The Worst Of 'In The Loop'We have a REAL radio professional in studio.
UPDATE: Arian Foster Released From Houston TexansArian Foster has officially been released by the Houston Texans.
Arian Foster Won't Be Cut Because Of MoneyThe Houston Texans have a decision to make in regards to Arian Foster and his future with the team. Foster missed most of the season after blowing his Achilles in 2015. Foster is due $8.95 Million in contract and bonus in 2016, the final year of his contract. If the Texans decide to cut him, they will play him just $2.3 Million. The savings of 6$.5 million will not be the reason Foster is let go, says Texans General Manager Rick Smith.