Houston Texans cornerback Johnathan Joseph joined Mad Radio and they talked about his contract extension, the depth at the cornerback position with the Texans as well as his thoughts on Kevin Johnson, Willie McGinest and Hard Knocks.
Mad Radio looks at every position for the Houston Texans and discusses who is better and who is worse in each particular unit heading into the 2015 season.
Johnathan Joseph’s contract extension is as much about football as it is what it says to the rest of the Texans locker room: do it the Bill O’Brien way, and you won’t get the Andre […]
Houston (CBS HOUSTON) – The Houston Texans have signed cornerback Johnathan Joseph to a contract extension, SportsRadio 610 & Houston Chronicle’s John McClain is reporting. Joseph was entering the last year of his contract in […]
HOUSTON (CBS HOUSTON) – After the adventurous offseason J.J. Watt has had, are any of you surprised that he was a presenter at the CMT Music Awards last Wednesday? It was an experience he got […]
Houston (CBS HOUSTON) – The Houston Texans made two big signings on Saturday, bringing back two of their free agents in Derek Newton and Kareem Jackson. With the signings of both of those players, there […]
HOUSTON (CBS HOUSTON) – T.Y. Hilton has established himself as one of the more dangerous wideouts in the National Football League. Against the Texans, he is downright dirty. In his last five games against the […]
Bill O’Brien this week called it a playoff game. Houston Texans players apparently got the message. As they prepare for this week’s game against the Indianapolis Colts, players readily acknowledge the stakes of a matchup […]
HOUSTON (CBS HOUSTON) – Blake Bortles has experienced the typical rookie season for a quarterback. There have been some bright spots, but overall, it’s been a bit of a bumpy ride. In 10 games thus […]
HOUSTON (CBS Houston): Nothing has changed on the Arian Foster front. Foster is still dealing with a groin injury. When asked if there was anything new to report on Foster’s status, O’Brien simply replied, “No.” […]