Posts Tagged ‘Fred Bennett’

53-Man Roster Cuts Saturday

The NFL mandated 53-man roster trim is set for Saturday, and the Texans’ front office have lots a work ahead of them.  For the most part, many cuts will be predictable. However, the Texans have loads of talent, concentrated in certain positions, leaving the possibility of seeing many good players released.  The Texans are talent […]

Texans Continue Cuts Before Roster Deadline Tuesday

The Houston Texans released three players on Sunday, one being third year corner Fred Bennett.  Bennett’s once hype faded after practices and little gametime showed a lack of confidence, immaturity and a failure to improve over his three seasons.  He became a fourth and fifth string corner and the Texans needed to make the move […]

Source Says 3rd-Round Pick Molden Playing Well

From: Pro Football Weekly CB Fred Bennett offered this early report on rookie CB Antwaun Molden: “He’s doing real well,” Bennett told PFW. “I think we found a good player.” Texans head coach Gary Kubiak recently said Molden, a third-round pick from Eastern Kentucky, is “further ahead” than Bennett — who started eight games as […]

CB in the 1st Round? Breakdown and Videos

According to the Houston Chronicle, the Houston Texans are leaning towards drafting more than one cornerback in April’s 2008 NFL Draft.  If so, the prospects available to draft could be from a wide range of talent.    At the 18th pick in the draft there could be several, few or no NFL ready corners worth […]

Tough Year For Texans Rookies

 It’s been a tough year for the rookies among the Texans.  Wide receiver Jacoby Jones describes it as “a marathon” in which he entered the season with high hopes and ended up dealing with the aftermath of a separated shoulder.  Now, going into the final game of the 2007 season, Jones will be the number-four receiver.  […]