Former Michigan State CB Trae Waynes joined The Triple Threat Friday on Sports Radio 610 to give us an idea of what he’s been up to in the 2015 NFL Draft, what teams have been […]
Former Kansas State WR Tyler Lockett joined The Triple Threat Wednesday on Sports Radio 610 to give us the latest on his preparations for the NFL Draft, whether the Texans have expressed interest in him, […]
J.J. Watt, Jadeveon Clowney, Vince Wilfork and Vic Beasley. Maybe you haven’t already started imagining the Houston Texans front-seven possibilities. Beasley is. The former Clemson edge rusher told The Triple Threat Tuesday on Sports Radio […]
Houston (CBS HOUSTON) – The Houston Texans were awarded three compensatory draft picks in the 2015 draft for players lost to free agents after the 2013 season. The NFL Management Council determined the Texans will […]
Rob Rang : Alabama’s Amari Cooper Is The Best Receiver In The Draft. He “Is An Easy Projection To The NFL”
Rob Rang Joins ‘In The Loop’ To Give His Thoughts On Who The Texans May Take In The NFL Draft
Rob Rang, CBS Sports NFL Draft analyst, joined The Triple Threat Tuesday on Sports Radio 610 to give us his takeaways from the NFL Combine last week, top players available for the Texans, and one […]
HOUSTON (CBS Houston): The Oakland Raiders have more issues than just what city they may want to play in. General manager Reggie McKenzie, who somehow kept his job after dismissing 3 head coaches since he […]
Former NFL QB and Fox Sports analyst Brady Quinn joins Matt Hammond and Cody Stoots (sitting in for the Triple Threat) to talk about what’s important at the NFL Combine. He also recalls his odd NFL Combine experience, and they get into what exactly the Texans should do with Ryan Mallett and Andre Johnson.
HOUSTON (CBS HOUSTON) – There has been plenty of speculation in Burnt Orange Country about Malcom Brown’s NFL aspirations, about whether or not the consensus first-team All-America defensive tackle would declare early for the draft. […]
Michael Sam’s magic moment has left America divided, making the masses uncomfortable for many reasons, though much of it has nothing to do with Michael Sam.