Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com joins ‘In The Loop’ on a Football Friday.
Houston Texans offensive lineman Derek Newton joined Mad Radio and they talked about hearing the critics about his play, the new techniques by the Texans lineman and linebackers helping him out, transitioning from a young player to a veteran and his thoghts on JD Clowney.
Houston Texans cornerback Jonathan Joseph joined Mad Radio and they discussed his health right now, how the defensive backs are progressing in camp as well as his thoughts on Clowney, O’Brien and the new defensive scheme.
Pete Prisco from CBSSports.com joined Mad Radio and discussed his thoughts on Texans Training Camp, Fitzpatrick, Clowney, Alfred Blue, Andre Johnson and Mike Thomas as well as a couple rookie QB’s around the league Bridgewater and Bortles.
Mr. College Football Tony Barnhart joins Nick and Lopez. We talk about some of the top prospects in this years draft. Tony gives his thoughts on Mark Emmert and the current state of the NCAA.
INDIANAPOLIS (CBS HOUSTON/AP) — Jadeveon Clowney made things tougher for Johnny Manziel and the other potential No. 1 picks Monday. The former South Carolina star ran the fastest 40-yard dash time of the defensive lineman. […]
Bucky Brooks joined MaD Radio to talk about who he thinks the best player in the draft is, who the Texans should take and what Matt Schaub may do to impact that.
John McClain joined In the Loop with Nick and Lopez and they talked about Arian Foster and his run in with Fox 26 reporter Isiah Carey, the assistant coach vacancies on the Texans and Mike Munchack, his thoughts on Jadaeveon Clowney and his picks for the playoffs this weekend.
Texans Center Chris Myers joined In the Loop with Nick and Lopez and they talked about the new head coach Bill O’Brien, his thoughts on Jadaveon Clowney, Teddy Bridgewater and Johnny Manziel as well as his take on the NFL playoffs.
Mark Emmert oversees an organization that has lied so much, to so many, so often, that finding truth in his modern-day plantation known as the NCAA is like finding the proverbial needle in a haystack.