Posts Tagged ‘Houston Texans’

Is Oklahoma C Creed Humphrey worth the Texans’ attention?

Sunday, February 28th, 2021

The Houston Texans have a need at center, and Oklahoma Sooners center Creed Humphrey might be worth their scouting efforts.

Deshaun Watson has great leverage in holdout with the Texans

Sunday, February 28th, 2021

Quarterback Deshaun Watson is the one with most of the power in his strained relationship with the Houston Texans.

McClain: It’s time Texans entertain trade offers for Deshaun Watson

Saturday, February 27th, 2021

Now Watson wants to cut the Texans and start over with a new team. And that’s what the Texans should do. Let’s make something perfectly clear: the Texans don’t want to trade Watson.

3 possible cuts from other teams who could help the Texans

Saturday, February 27th, 2021

The Houston Texans will need to turn over every stone to find advantages in 2021. Here are three potential cuts across the NFL who could help Houston.

Solomon: Our Texans jokes aren’t as funny as the real thing

Saturday, February 27th, 2021

Carr told him that he had recently left son-of-Bob’s office, where McNair was sitting on the floor in an unfurnished space save for a large television that he was playing video games on. Ha. Ha.

Nick Foles — remember him? — still an option for Bears at QB

Saturday, February 27th, 2021

The pandemic still has us in its clutches, of course. But maybe it’s better to look at these spring games and the coming season they prophesy not as a continuation of the same dark strangeness, but rather as a new chapter.

Full 2021 First Round Mock 1.0

Saturday, February 27th, 2021

The Miami Dolphins give Houston their original first round pick back in order to secure the services of Deshaun Watson. The Falcons are currently $20 million over what the cap could potentially land on in one worse case scenario. Even if the ceiling is significantly higher than than Over the Cap currently projects, they need to find a way to shed money and add talent.

Deshaun Watson would lose up to $20.2 million if he sits out the 2021 season

Friday, February 26th, 2021

If, as it appears, quarterback Deshaun Watson will never play for the Texans again and if, as it appears, the Texans won’t trade Watson, the stage will be set for a holdout. Different numbers have emerged regarding the monetary losses that Watson would incur. Below, we’ll try to identify the full scope of the financial [more]

Texans free up nearly $10 million by cutting players

Friday, February 26th, 2021

A former second-round draft pick from Notre Dame and the younger brother of Dallas Cowboys All-Pro guard Zach Martin, Martin was due a $7.25 million base salary and had an $8.75 million salary-cap figure under a deal signed in 2019 that included $18.351 million guaranteed. The Texans saved $6.25 million against the NFL salary cap by cutting Martin. Martin, 27, started 62 career games for the Texans since missing his entire rookie season with an ankle injury that required surgery.

Not trading Deshaun Watson is the worst thing the Texans can do

Friday, February 26th, 2021

It’s become increasingly likely that after months of speculation the Texans could decide not to honor Deshaun Watson’s wishes and refuse to trade the quarterback. It’s on-brand for an organization that has become synonymous with dysfunction, but disregarding a trade request like this isn’t just bad for the future of the organization, it’s unfair to a player who handled his time in Houston the right way. Watson is clearly done with the Texans.