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The Way We Hear It In Houston

Nope, the Houston Texans aren’t in the Super Bowl. And no, the Super Bowl isn’t in Houston.  Yet the Houston Texans’ are still in the news reel, whether they’d like it or not. From across the infinite modern day news base, enjoy these Texans news stories.

“Thank God for buffets. When we were at LSU, Mr. Gatti’s was $4.99. It kept you full, made you happy. Buffets was all we did. Those and Ramen noodles.”

Read what veteran Texans defensive end and two-time-Patriot-champion, Jarvis Green, does for his Super Bowls now-a-days.

Cornerback Tramon Williams began his NFL career in 2006 as an undrafted free agent who was released by the Houston Texans, leaving his football career in limbo. He later latched onto the Packers’ practice squad and worked his way up the depth chart. He’s now just a game away from winning a Super Bowl ring.

Read what it took for Green Bay cornerback Tramon Williams to comeback into the NFL following being cut by the Texans as an undrafted rookie in training camps in2006.

“I’ve had Bruce Smith, Reggie White, you name them. Elvin Bethea is in the Hall of Fame, too, at defensive line…The great players like Mario, what you do is you try to get them in position to make plays.”

Read more from Texans defensive coordinator Wade Phillips on placing the Texans’ tremendously talented defensive end, Mario Williams, in the 3-4.

This year marked the first time Harris went to Hawaii without the family or without being a working coach. This time, he went as sort of a proud papa, courtesy of Texans Pro Bowlers Arian Foster and Vontae Leach.

Read how Foster and Leach took Texans running backs coach Chick Harris to the Pro Bowl with them. Also watch Houston’s KHOU Channel 11 interview the Texans’ Pro Bowl players.

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