Joel Corry, CBSsports.com, joined Matt Hammond and Matt Murphy filling in for The B-Straw & Pauly G Show. Corry came on to discuss JJ Watt’s contract which should be negotiated before the 2015 football season starts. He thinks Watt has 55 million in guaranteed money coming to him if they pay what he is worth. He spoke a little on Eric Winston and said he doesn’t think him being the President of the Player’s Association will keep him from finding a team but his performance last season might.
The Houston Texans added a 15 game starter at the tackle position on Wednesday.
The NFL Networks Ian Rapaport joined The Triple Threat to give the latest on Andre Johnson and the Texans.
Texans Safety D.J. Swearinger joined The Triple Threat on Tuesday do look back at his rookie year and look ahead to next year.
HOUSTON (CBS HOUSTON) – If you are only able to grab one or two tickets a year to the Texans games at NRG stadium, Thursday is the day you’ve been waiting for. Single game tickets […]
Brett Kollmann joined Patrick Creighton and Cody Stoots to talk about the Texans and their offseason.
This episode of Road Trip with B Straw and Pauly G takes us to the state of New York
Original Texan Chester Pitts joined The Triple Threat to talk about his recent interview with Arian Foster.
Hub Arkush, chicagofootball.com, joined MaD Radio to talk all things NFL. He feels that it really doesn’t matter where the NFL draft is so it really doesn’t matter if they move where they hold it. Arkush is confused by Andre Johnson’s recent behavior and really cannot see him going elsewhere so it should get resolved. He thinks that the best case scenario when it comes to Fitzpatrick is that he somehow becomes a much better quarterback than he has been so far. He really thought Fitzpatrick was just being brought on as a backup and the quarterback situation is the only problem he has with the way the team is right now. He thinks Bill O’Brien is the right guy to coach the Texans but he isn’t sure if he has enough to work with to turn the team around. Arkush thinks Johnny Manziel has a tough road ahead of him at quarterback but that he will be fun to watch.
John Lopez said the Judge Ed Emmett needed to grow a pair and bring down the Astrodome. So the judge called the show to clarify his remarks.