It seems the Texans are done signing free agents. So what should they be looking for in the NFL Draft? Here’s Paul Gallant’s checklist.
HOUSTON (CBS HOUSTON) – Brian Hoyer knew what he was signing up for. He knows he’ll be going head to head with Ryan Mallett to be the Texans’ starting quarterback in 2015. “For me, nothing’s […]
HOUSTON (CBS HOUSTON) – Brian Hoyer had options. The Jets were said to have been interested in his services. The path to be a starter may have been easier in the Big Apple. But instead, […]
NFL Films senior producer Greg Cosell joined The Triple Threat Wednesday on Sports Radio 610 to give us his thoughts on the Texans new QB room with Ryan Mallett and Brian Hoyer, what Chip Kelly […]
Matt Hammond Podcast (Mar. 11): Don’t Fret Texans Quiet Start To NFL Free Agency, And Watch The Market For DeMarco Murray
No, the Texans didn’t make big, splashy moves to open NFL free agency. But how many of those deals would have made sense for this team today? And if you’ve noticed what’s happened to the […]
Matt Hammond Podcast (Mar. 10): What If Ryan Mallett Was The Plan All Along? And Yes, Andre Johnson’s Gonna Have A Big Year In 2015
Happy as fans are that the Texans locked up Ryan Mallett, they’d rather have Teddy Bridgewater, Derek Carr, Jimmy Garoppolo — a plan. But what if Mallett was O’Brien’s plan all along? And two things […]
Paul Gallant explains why losing the veteran cornerback in free agency wouldn’t be the end of the world
Gene Egdorf, attorney for former Texans punter Brett Hartmann, joined The Triple Threat Friday on Sports Radio 610 to give the latest on the PGA telling golfers to fire their caddies amid a lawsuit hoping […]
Gene Egdorf, the attorney for former Texans punter Brett Hartmann, joined The Triple Threat on Sports Radio 610 Tuesday to shine some light on the details of his newest legal undertaking, representing PGA caddies seeking sponsorship […]
Aaron Schatz with FootballOutsiders.com and Michael Irvin joined MadRadio and talked about the upcoming Super Bowl, a review of the Texans under Bill O’Brien, and Super Bowl predictions.