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Texans Founder Bob McNair Passes Away at Age 81

The Texans announced Friday evening that owner Bob McNair has passed away at age 81. It is with deep sadness that we announce Houston Texans Founder, Senior Chairman and Chief Executive Officer and philanthropist, Robert C. McNair passed away peacefully in Houston today with his loving wife, Janice, and his family by his side. […]

Texans Show Interest In Jadeveon Clowney

Having the first pick of the NFL Draft definitely has its perks. Starting with the fact that the Houston Texans have the first look at every prospect in this years draft and have liberties to pick whoever they feel is the best. That very well could be South Carolina’s Jadeveon Clowney. The 6’6, 246 pound […]

McNair Thinks Houston Should be Up for a Super Bowl Bid

Texans owner Bob McNair says the city should take the lead in trying to land the Super Bowl. On Wednesday, Harris County Sports Convention Corp. chairman Edgar Colon said the county and Reliant Park plan to bid on the 2017 Super Bowl. Reliant Stadium hosted the 2004 Super Bowl, two years after the Texans joined […]

Texans Owner Disappointed Negotiations Ceased

Texans owner Bob McNair told John McClain of the Houston Chronicle this past week that he was disappointed that owners and NFLPA negotiations ceased. McNair has remained a steady proponent of finding common grounds for a new collective bargaining agreement; however, the players association’s decertification was a dagger in McNair’s optimism.  Yet, McNair’s remaining optimistic. “I […]

McNair Envisions Texans’ Championship

John McClain of the Houston Chronicle reported that the Houston Texans owner, Bob McNair, is past all the numbers.  Yes, he owns a football franchise worth $1.7 billion.  And yes, that’s 10th highest in the NFL.  But the Texans owner knows what he wants: a championship. “If you’re successful financially, but you’re not successful on […]

Matthews to Stay with Texans

After visiting with the Dallas Cowboys last week, Houston Texans offensive linemen assistant coach Bruce Matthews will stay with the Texans.  The former Oiler and Titan great said he was convinced to return after talking with head coach Gary Kubiak and Texans owner Bob McNair.  The offensive line has consistently improved, game-by-game, under Matthews since he joined the […]

Owner McNair Lends Comments on Expiring CBA

Houston Texans owner Bob McNair lended his comments on the expiring collective bargaining agreement and the state of the NFL after Tuesday’s league meeting. “Our commissioner wants to get (a deal) done.  I think we’re being very reasonable. Hopefully the union will be, too, and we’ll be successful.” McNair surely is looking to avoid a […]

Texans Don’t Disappoint; Live Up to Expectations in 24-23 Loss to Broncos

The Houston Texans have done it again.  In a season riddled with disappointments and last second losses, the Texans allowed the 3-10, now 4-10, Denver Broncos and their rookie quarterback, Tim Tebow, to orchestrate a game winning drive and defensive shut out to keep the Texans in their place.  Although Houston played a well prepared […]