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Kenny Stills: Negativity about DeAndre Hopkins trade won't get us anywhere The Texans' decision to trade wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins and a 2020 fourth-round pick to the Cardinals for running back David Johnson, a 2020 second-round pick and a 2021 fourth-round pick has not been met with praise. Responses have been almost universally negative about the move's implications for the team on the field.
Houston Texans: Exploring Eric Reid's potential defensive role It didn't help his case that at the time he was a free agent, safeties didn't have the strong market they once had as Tyrann Mathieu, Tre Boston, Kenny Vaccarro and other talented safeties struggled in securing multi-year deals once they hit free agency in 2018.
Saturday Night's Alright For Commenting: April 4, 2020 Take off your pants and jacket. It’s time to SNOT.
Draft Wire has Texans going CB, OL, and WR with first three picks The Houston Texans have three picks in the top-100 of the 2020 NFL Draft. Draft Wire has the Texans going CB, OL, and WR with those three picks.
The Texans' 2020 NFL Draft Hats Have, As The Kids Say, "Dropped" Your Houston Texans don't currently possess a first round pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, so we won't be treated to a hotshot rookie striding across the stage to exchange an awkward handshake and/or bro hug with Roger Goodell this year.
Houston Texans Draft: Bryan Edwards would bring great value All wide receivers should be scouted heavily for the Houston Texans draft because without DeAndre Hopkins leading the way, and the uncertain health that follows Will Fuller around, nothing is a lock when it comes to the depth of wide receivers for the reigning AFC South champions.
Houston Texans: 4 offensive players who need to improve this season The Houston Texans have four key players who can help Deshaun Watson make the offense explosive despite the loss of DeAndre Hopkins.
Texans step up to help Houston during COVID-19 pandemic, continue to take care of employees The Texans during the COVID-19 crisis have stepped up to help the city. Lead by Senior Chair Janice McNair donated $500,000 to the Houston Food Bank and the Interfaith Ministries Meals on Wheels. The Texans also donated $50,000 to the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Houston and sent an additional $50,000 to the YMCA of the Greater Houston.
Houston Texans' Bill O'Brien defends DeAndre Hopkins trade: 'We think about the future' Houston Texans coach and general manager Bill O'Brien discussed his team's trade of DeAndre Hopkins for David Johnson in a conference call for season ticket holders of the team on Friday.
Top positions of need for the Houston Texans in the 2020 NFL Draft In this post, we are not making any predictions or looking too hard into potential fits, we are mostly focusing on the positions that should be of the highest priority for the Houston Texans in the 2020 NFL Draft. Which positions do the Texans need to address in order to find the most short and long-term success?
Texas Tells Locals They Must Delay Their Upcoming May Elections In an email to local election officials sent Thursday afternoon, the state's director of elections, Keith Ingram, said cities, towns and school boards that hadn't pushed their upcoming elections to November "must take action to do so immediately" or risk facing a challenge in court.
Extra Points: Brees, Saints, Kuechly, Panthers, O'Brien, Hopkins, Texans Saints coach Sean Payton might've accidentally let some big news slip this week. Appearing on ESPN's 'Get Up,' Payton said "the unique situation with our team and quarterback Drew Brees, he's announced he's coming back for his final season," via Katherine Terrell of The Athletic.
DeAndre Hopkins: Houston Texans coach Bill O'Brien defends trading wide receiver to Arizona Cardinals Houston Texans head coach Bill O'Brien has defended the decision to send All-Pro wideout DeAndre Hopkins to the Arizona Cardinals.
Texans' O'Brien on trade: Hopkins wanted raise The Texans' coach and GM cited Hopkins' desire for a raise as one of the reasons behind his trade to the Cardinals last month.
O'Brien: Hopkins trade was in Texans' 'best interest' We loved DeAndre Hopkins. He had three years left on his deal and he wanted a raise. The other part of the trade, though. a second-round pick and a 2021 fourth-round pick. for a four-time All-Pro receiver in his prime made it appear more like a lopsided swap.
Bill O'Brien says trading DeAndre Hopkins was in the best interest of the Texans Coach and general manager Bill O’Brien says that trading All-Pro receiver DeAndre Hopkins was in the best interest of the Houston Texans.
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Cal McNair thinks Bill O'Brien's 'bold moves' in 2020 free agency would excite Texans fans Houston Texans chairman and CEO Cal McNair thinks that fans would be excited that coach-general manager Bill O'Brien can make bold moves in the offseason. McNair took part in a "town hall" with season ticket holders on Friday and said that he thinks fans would be excited by the moves O'Brien and the leadership have made in the offseason thus far.
Justin Reid pushing for Texans to sign his brother, Eric Texans safety Justin Reid has never played on the same team with his older brother, free agent safety Eric. In 2019, for the first time, the brothers competed against each other when the Panthers beat the Texans 16-10. The Panthers released Eric Reid last month, and Justin Reid has pushed for the Texans to sign his brother.
Bill O'Brien: DeAndre Hopkins trade was in best interest of our team By almost anyone's analysis, the Texans did not get enough in the trade of DeAndre Hopkins to the Cardinals. David Johnson, a 2020 second-round choice and a 2021 fourth-round choice in return for Hopkins and a 2020 fourth-round choice seems lopsided in the Cardinals' favor.
Expanded NFL playoffs shouldn't give Texans coach-GM Bill O'Brien a free pass With an expansion of the playoff format, Houston Texans chairman and CEO Cal McNair has to keep holding coach Bill O'Brien to a higher standard. On Jan. 28, McNair issued a statement clarifying O'Brien's role as the team's general manager.
Houston Texans may not be able to afford Eric Reid as talks are underway Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle is reporting that Justin Reid, brother of veteran safety Eric Reid, is strongly advocating for Bill O'Brien to sign Eric, who is a free agent after two seasons with the Carolina Panthers.
Texans continue to preach on building the team around Deshaun Watson Answering questions, head coach Bill O'Brien continued to the standard practice of preaching team first but was quick to add that quarterback Watson is the player the team wants to build around.
BRB Groupthink: Say Something Nice About The Texans 2020 Offseason The only move I've seen that actually made me smile was bringing back Bradley Roby. Sure he's not Charles Woodson in his prime or even Johnathan Joseph in his, but he's far better than the alternatives. Nearly every other move simply lacks the sort of shrewdness a keen-minded GM would make.
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