Archive for the ‘Houston Texans’ Category

Panthers have interest in Texans offensive assistants

Wednesday, January 19th, 2022

The Carolina Panthers seem interested in the Houston Texans' assistants, former offensive coordinator Tim Kelly and QB coach Pep Hamilton.

2022 NFL Draft: Week Twenty – Texans are “Open For Business”

Wednesday, January 19th, 2022

Trade with (insert team here)... To some, it’s a lock that a team holding a top five draft pick would use that to select a top five rookie. To others, trading out of that slot if there isn’t a surefire homerun player to choose makes all the sense in the world.

Will the Houston Texans still trade quarterback Deshaun Watson? It’s complicated

Wednesday, January 19th, 2022

On March 16, 2021, the first of 23 civil lawsuits alleging sexual assault and inappropriate behavior by Watson was filed. Twenty-two of the lawsuits are ongoing as Watson and his legal team have denied wrongdoing. Ten women -- eight of whom filed civil lawsuits -- have filed complaints with the Houston Police Department.

Sources: Ex-Texans Coach Tim Kelley Interviews with Panthers

Tuesday, January 18th, 2022

Former Houston Texans offensive coordinator Tim Kelly interviewed for the Carolina Panthers' offensive coordinator vacancy along with Green Bay Packers offensive coordinator Luke Getsy, according to league sources not authorized to speak publicly. Kelly and head coach David Culley were fired after a 4-13 season last week. The Texans have a strong in-house potential replacement for Tim Kelly in passing game coordinator and quarterbacks coach Pep Hamilton.

Eagles defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon interviews with Houston Texans for head coach position

Tuesday, January 18th, 2022

Two days after the Eagles were bounced by the Buccaneers from the wild-card round of the NFL playoffs, defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon interviewed with the Houston Texans for their head coaching vacancy. The Texans announced Tuesday they had concluded their interview with Gannon, who has emerged as a hot candidate for vacant head coaching positions across the league.

RUMOR: Texans Not Backing Down In Deshaun Watson Trade Demands

Tuesday, January 18th, 2022

The Houston Texans are looking to offload quarterback Deshaun Watson this offseason after he sat out the entire 2021 campaign amid the various civil lawsuits he’s facing. Watson has been linked to various teams around the league since the start of the regular season, but no trade ever materialized. The Texans have had huge demands in trade talks regarding Watson, and per The Athletic’s Jeff Howe, it doesn’t seem as if GM Nick Caserio and Co. plan to back down from their asking price.

Texans GM Nick Caserio says he is on headsets as a resource

Tuesday, January 18th, 2022

Houston Texans general manager Nick Caserio told @sportsradio610 that he is on the headsets during games as a resource to the coach.

‘Massive Failure’: J.J. Watt Brutally Honest on Cardinals’ Playoff Loss to Rams

Tuesday, January 18th, 2022

Defensive end J.J. Watt, maybe the Houston Texans' all-time great player, has experienced NFL pain all too many times. Often, during his decade in Houston, that pain came in the form of injury and rehab. Often, it came in the form of his Texans being good ...

Texans Rumors: Eagles DC Jonathan Gannon Requested for HC Interview

Monday, January 17th, 2022

The Houston Texans have requested permission to interview Philadelphia Eagles defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon for their head-coaching vacancy, per ESPN's Adam Schefter. The Denver Broncos and Minnesota Vikings have also reportedly requested interviews with Gannon. The 39-year-old Gannon started his NFL career in 2007 as a defensive quality control coach for the Atlanta Falcons before spending three years (2009-11) as a scout for the St. Louis Rams.

Big Day for ‘Dre? Andre Johnson up for Hall of Fame vote

Monday, January 17th, 2022

Andre Johnson, and 14 other Pro Football Hall of Fame finalists for the 2022 class, will be considered Tuesday by the selection committee. Comprised of media members, there is one representative per city with an NFL team. Because New York and Los Angeles each have two franchises, those cities each have a pair of selectors.