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Texans Waive Veteran Wide Out Kenny Stills

The Texans and veteran wide receiver Kenny Stills have mutually parted ways, with the team waving the receiver one day after he was inactive for the team’s Thanksgiving win in Detroit. Stills had been getting less and less playing time in 2020, as had just 11 catches for 144 yards and one touchdown. Two weeks […]

McNair Says Texans Will Speak to Offensive and Defensive Coaches to Be Team’s Next HC

In an interview with the Houston Chronicle’s John McClain, Texans owner Cal McNair said he will interview both offensive and defensive coaches for the vacant head coaching position, Matt Young of the Houston Chronicle reports. Although it’s not stated in the article, McNair’s comments seem to put to bed a report from the weekend that […]

Week 10 Inactives for the Texans and Browns

Here are today’s inactives for the Browns and Texans matchup in Cleveland: Texans WR Isaiah Coulter WR Keke Coutee OT Charlie Heck OG Senio Kelemete QB Josh McCown DE Charles Omenihu Browns RB Dontrell Hilliard DE Joe Jackson CB Robert Jackson S Jovante Moffatt LB Jacob Phillips WR Taywan Taylor

Texans Place Running Back David Johnson on Injured Reserve

The short-handed Texans will be hurting at the running back spot against Cleveland Sunday, as the club Saturday put running back David Johnson on injured reserve. Johnson left the team’s Week 9 game in Jacksonville with a concussion after taking a hit from linebacker Myles Jack in the second quarter. With David Johnson out the […]

Texans Interim Coach Romeo Crennel Defends His Two-Point Decision in Final Minutes

Texans interim coach Romeo Crennel eschewed a field goal that would have put his team up four points in favor of a fourth-down play that resulted in a Brandin Cooks touchdown catch pushing Houston up seven points over the Titans with 1:50 to play. Crennel’s next decision didn’t work out as well, Kevin Patra of […]

The Texans are 0-4, But O’Brien Doesn’t Seem Worried About the Future

The Texans have played the toughest slate in the NFL to date, but for Bill O’Brien and the team they are not worried about sweeping changes despite sitting at 0-4. O’Brien said Monday via ESPN that he and the staff need to “do a better job coaching,” he can’t concern himself about his job status […]

Texans Nix Scheduled Workout with Safety Earl Thomas

The Texans have canceled a planned workout for veteran free agent safety Earl Thomas, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports. Thomas arrived Monday for a physical at a local hospital and to start COVID-19 testing. The cancellation comes as NFL commissioner Roger Goodell sent a memo to team presidents and executives advising them on […]

Could Free Agent WR Antonio Brown Be in the Texans Plans?

Wide receiver Antonio Brown remains a free agent. The Patriots released Brown during the 2019 season after he played just one game for the franchise. In the months since his exit from the NFL, the star wide receiver hinted at retirement – several times. However, he made it clear he wants to make a return […]