Texans Players Still Have Faith In Brock OsweilerBoth Whitney Mercilus and Duane Brown stood behind their quarterback Monday after his struggles in Sunday's 21 - 13 loss to the Chargers
Texans Offense Takes Step Back In Loss To ChargersThe Texans offense struggled in a 21-13 loss to San Diego
Texans Offense Is Confident Going On The Road After Bye WeekAfter the bye week, the Texans locker room is confident in knowing what they need to do to jump start the offense.
Duane Brown: "Starting Fast" Key For A First Road WinThe Texans left tackle thinks "feeling our way through the game" has been an issue on the road
Despite First Half Struggles, Teammates Believe in OsweilerBrock Osweiler has struggled so far as a Texans, but his teammates believe in him
Texans Learned About Themselves From Vikings Loss"You could feel it in the locker room, you could feel it out there on the field. I think we will have a better response this week," Duane Brown said.
Texans Say Trump's Comments Are Not "Locker Room Talk""That doesn't go on in here, we don't go up and grab anything," Duane Brown said. "We keep it very clean."
Kareem Jackson Inactive For Texans With Hamstring InjuryThe seven-year veteran typically lines up as the 1a cornerback to Jonathan Joseph but hurt his hamstring during the Texans win over the Tennessee Titans in week 4. He played through the injury during the win, but couldn't get healthy during the week.
Duane Brown Excited To Make A Return Sunday"It’s been a long journey to get to this point," left tackle Duane Brown said Friday sharing that on Sunday he will make his 2016 debut.
Duane Brown Takes Silent Protest A Step FurtherDuane Brown and teammates Jeff Allen, Kendall Lamm and Chris Clark along with Texans owner Bob McNair meet with Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner and Police Chief Martha Montalvo.
O'Brien: Duane Brown Making Progress Towards ReturnThe Texans tackle has been out since January 3rd with a torn quadriceps tendon.
Daune Brown Say's "It's A Possibility" About A Return This Sunday"Feeling really good today, probably do a little more tomorrow and go from there," Duane Brown said.