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Houston Texans: Brian Gaine needs to come forward amid controversy It has been over a week since Brian Gaine was fired as the Houston Texans GM but there's still controversy. Here's why he must come forward to mitigate. Th…
Texans CBs Bradley Roby, Lonnie Johnson Jr. Dealing With Injuries The Texans are still looking for a GM, they have no clarity on the Jadeveon Clowney situation, and they have some worrisome injury news concerning their cornerbacks.
Poll: Who Will Texans Hire As Their Next GM? The NFL news cycle over the past few weeks has been largely dominated by surprise GM vacancies, and while the Jets filled their opening with Joe Douglas, who has quickly generated a great deal of excitement in New York, the Texans are still looking for their next GM.
Bradley Roby Must Weigh Training Camp Participation Versus Readiness For Week 1 Houston Texans cornerback Bradley Roby "hasn't done much" this offseason. This was what Texans head coach Bill O'Brien told the Houston Chronicle's Aaron Wilson on June 16. "He hasn't done much, so we'll just have to see in training camp," O'Brien said.
McClain: Time for new management plan for Texans And the Patriots have withdrawn their tampering charges, they have three options to consider in their attempt to find a replacement for Brian Gaine. Do they try to trade for Caserio? Do they wait for Caserio's contract to expire next year and pursue him again?
Bradley Roby didn't do much in first Texans offseason Cornerback Bradley Roby passed on a longer-term offer from the Steelers in order to sign a one-year deal with the Texans this offseason and said he views it as "a prove-it deal" that will hopefully lead to better offers on the open market next year.
Houston Texans: 5 Possible Jadeveon Clowney trade partners With Jadeveon Clowney not showing up to Houston Texans minicamp, the possibility he could be traded can't be ignored. Where could the edge rusher land? Ear…
Texans' Bill O'Brien on Bradley Roby: 'He hasn't done much' Part of the Texans' overhauled secondary, newly acquired cornerbacks Bradley Roby and Lonnie Johnson Junior are off to a slow start with the AFC South franchise. Both were sidelined for the majority of the spring with soft-tissue injuries. Roby returned for a mandatory minicamp.
Former Texans WR Cecil Shorts inspires Houston youths at football camp HOUSTON - Former Houston Texans wide receiver Cecil Shorts hosted his first Houston-based youth camp Saturday, inviting along over 100 youngsters to train alongside him and former NFL quarterback Clint Stoerner at Butler Stadium. Shorts said the event is something that is very close to his heart.
Top Five Most Underrated Players In The League The NFL is full of stars and big names, so it is very easy for some consistently dominant performers to be overlooked and forgotten about when talking about the elite players in the league. Many of these players are relatively quiet and therefore don't make big media splashes, further removing their names from everyday conversation.
Cecil Shorts: Have to trust Cal McNair, Bill O'Brien in Texans GM search HOUSTON - Former Houston Texans receiver Cecil Shorts believes fans should trust chairman and chief operating officer Cal McNair and coach Bill O'Brien when it comes to the club's renewed general manager search.
Patriots drop tampering charges; Texans end pursuit of Caserio The Texans have moved on from their pursuit of Nick Caserio to be their new GM, and subsequently the Patriots have dropped the tampering charges they filed…
Houston Texans need to show patience in search for next general manager The saga of the general manager position for the Houston Texans took a turn for the worse on Friday when they franchise announced they would no longer pursue Nick Caserio of the New England Patriots due to tampering allegations and terms in Caserio's contract, which he has one year left on with the Patriots.
Why aren't the Texans hiring a G.M.? Of the many bizarre twists and turns the Texans have taken over the past eight days, perhaps the most bizarre is this: The team won't have a General Manager in 2019. So, basically, Brian Gaine was fired, and no one will take his place. The end result raises plenty of questions, beginning with the most obvious: Why?
Latest On Nick Caserio, Patriots, Texans It's been a tumultuous few days for the Patriots and Texans, as the two sides went back and forth regarding the availability of executive Nick Caserio. In an attempt to diffuse any lingering tension between the two organizations, Patriots owner Robert Kraft released a statement last night :.
Does the Caserio clause comply with league rules? The Texans reportedly backed away from the pursuit of Patriots director of player personnel Nick Caserio because of contract language preventing Caserio from leaving New England. Some in league circles are now asking whether the Caserio clause complies with league rules.
Houston Texans Will Not Hire A GM For The 2019 NFL Season The Houston Texans have reportedly decided that they will not hire a general manager this offseason and could use a GM by committee.
Patriots Drop Tampering Charges Filed Against Texans Over Nick Caserio Pursuit The New England Patriots have dropped the tampering charges against the Houston Texans, with Nick Caserio set to stay in New England.
Texans give all the power to Bill O'Brien after losing out on Nick Caserio Why couldn't the Houston Texans just hold Brian Gaine one more year? Instead they will give Bill O'Brien the keys for the year and not hire a GM at all.
Extra Points: Texans, Patriots, Packers The big story of the day has been the drama surrounding Patriots exec Nick Caserio. The Texans announced earlier today that they'd be backing down from their pursuit of Caserio, and the Patriots in turn agreed to drop tampering charges.
Can Patriots salvage their relationship with Nick Caserio? By all accounts, the Texans wanted Nick Caserio and Nick Caserio wanted the Texans. Now that the Texans have agreed to abandon their pursuit of Caserio, the question becomes whether he wants to stay with the Patriots. Contractually, he has no choice.
Report: Nick Caserio has a contractual provision that keeps him from leaving New England In explaining that they would withdraw from the pursuit of Patriots director of play personnel Nick Caserio, the Texans made vague reference to certain contractual terms that tipped the scales. The terms, as it turns out, slammed the door.
Texans announce training camp dates Camp, which returns to Houston after spending the past two years at The Greenbrier resort in White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., will begin Thursday, July 25 at the Houston Methodist Training Center and conclude Thursday, Aug. 15. The following dates are open to the public:.
Texans high on new safety Jahleel Addae The Texans have been pleased this offseason with how Addae has gone about his work. "Jahleel has been a really good addition so far into our locker room, on our field," Texans coach Bill O'Brien said. "He's a competitive guy. He's a smart guy. He's played a lot of football in this league.
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