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Trading for Deshaun Watson? It’s a moral dilemma for fans

Thursday, October 28th, 2021

Eight months ago, fans were clamoring for their favorite teams to trade for Deshaun Watson. Now, many believe they’re better off without him.

Newly-acquired Saints RB Mark Ingram has achievable contract incentives

Thursday, October 28th, 2021

Newly-acquired Saints RB Mark Ingram has achievable contract incentives

The Splash Zone 10/28/21: Tua Just Focused On Buffalo

Thursday, October 28th, 2021

Brian Flores Miami Dolphins Head Coach Brian Flores October 27 Takeaways - Sports Illustrated Miami Dolphins News, Analysis and More The Dolphins coach touched on various topics before practice at the Baptist Health Training Complex Dolphins Quarterbacks Miami Dolphins are sabotaging Tua, this season with Watson pursuit | Miami Herald The Miami Dolphins are sabotaging the future of promising young quarterback Tua Tagovailoa and their own season with the discordant distraction of their misguided ...

Rams head to hapless Houston with full head of steam

Wednesday, October 27th, 2021

Sean McVay could earn his 50th career victory as a head coach, becoming the first Rams coach to hit 50 regular season wins since Mike Martz. Just three coaches have 50 or more regular season wins for the Rams: John Robinson (75), Chuck Knox (69) and Martz (57). The Rams will have to replace the production of linebacker Kenny Young, whom the team traded to the Denver Broncos this week.

AP sources: Saints negotiating with Texans for Mark Ingram

Wednesday, October 27th, 2021

The Houston Texans and New Orleans Saints were working toward a trade Wednesday night that would send running back Mark Ingram to New Orleans, where he spent the first eight seasons of his career, two people person familiar with the situation said. Ingram has played in seven games for Houston this season, rushing 92 times for 294 yards and a touchdown. The former Alabama Heisman Trophy winner was drafted 28th overall by New Orleans in 2011.

Taylor back at practice for Texans for 1st time since injury

Wednesday, October 27th, 2021

Houston Texans quarterback Tyrod Taylor returned to practice Wednesday for the first time since injuring his hamstring in Week 2, but his status for Sunday’s game against the Los Angeles Rams remains uncertain. Taylor opened the season as Houston’s starter with Deshaun Watson sitting out amid a trade request and 22 lawsuits alleging sexual harassment or assault.

Texans designate Tyrod Taylor to return from IR, Davis Mills may still start this week

Wednesday, October 27th, 2021

Texans quarterback Tyrod Taylor is on the brink of returning from his injured hamstring, but it’s still unclear whether he’ll suit up for Sunday’s matchup against the Rams. Head coach David Culley told reporters that Taylor will be designated to return from IR and begin his 21-day practice window on Wednesday. But because there’s no [more]

Welter: Whoever trades for Deshaun Watson knows fans might not forgive, but they always forget

Wednesday, October 27th, 2021

Since Tepper bought the team in 2018, the Panthers have been extremely aggressive at the quarterback position. They released Cam Newton after nine seasons, signed Teddy Bridgewater and traded for Sam Darnold. It's not quite Cleveland Browns-level QB turnover, but it's on pace.

Texans’ Cal McNair sorry for ‘China virus’ remark at charity event

Tuesday, October 26th, 2021

Houston Texans chairman Cal McNair apologized Tuesday for insensitive remarks he made while at a charity golf event earlier this year. McNair was addressing a crowd at the Houston Texans Foundation Charity Golf Classic at River Oaks Country Club in Houston when witnesses said he used the phrase "China virus" when describing the coronavirus, Bally Sports reported Tuesday.

Texans’ McNair apologizes for use of phrase ‘China virus’

Tuesday, October 26th, 2021

Houston Texans chairman and CEO Cal McNair has apologized for referring to the novel coronavirus as the “China virus” during the team's charity golf tournament in May. The phrase, used frequently by former president Donald Trump, was considered by many to be insensitive to Asians because it placed blame on China for the COVID-19 pandemic. The first recorded cases of COVID-19 occurred in Wuhan, China, in late 2019.