Texans Safety Andre Hal Diagnosed With Hodgkin LymphomaHal is 26 and starting his fifth year with the Texans. He was drafted by Houston in 2014 out of Vanderbilt.
5 More Ex-Cheerleaders Sue Texans, Allege Intimidation, Low PayFive former NFL cheerleaders sued the Houston Texans alleging the team failed to fully compensate them and subjected them to a hostile work environment.
Houston's Watt Receives Honorary Doctorate Degree From BaylorThe Texans defensive end was honored by Baylor on Tuesday night for his efforts to help the Houston community in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.
Punter Lechler Re-Signs With Texans For 19th Pro SeasonAn 18-year veteran, Shane Lechler comes off one of his finest seasons.
Texans Release Veteran Linebacker Brian CushingThe Houston Texans have released veteran linebacker Brian Cushing.
Titans Hire Mike Vrabel As New Coach After Quick SearchThe Tennessee Titans have hired Houston defensive coordinator Mike Vrabel as their new coach.
Why Is Will McClay Staying With The Dallas Cowboys?Amid an assortment of wild speculation and inaccurate reporting taking hold over the course of the last week, McClay — the Dallas Cowboys senior director of college and pro personnel— issued a very powerful statement on Wednesday morning while saying very few words.
It's Official: Will McClay To Remain In DallasCowboys assistant director of player personnel, Will McClay, will remain in Dallas for at least another season.
Stephen Jones Believes Will McClay Is Staying PutWhen asked about Will McClay's future with the club, Stephen Jones said that "all indications are to me that he's wanting to remain here with the Cowboys."
Is This The Season Of Change For Cowboys Coveted Exec Will McClay?It is an annual occurrence, as predictable and reliable as the change of seasons: Dallas Cowboys senior director of college and pro personnel Will McClay receives flirtations from NFL teams considering giving him a fancier title to depart Dallas.
O'Brien Keeps Job With Texans; Is Vague About FutureCoach Bill O'Brien kept his job despite Houston's 4-12 finish and looks to be returning for next season.
Cancer Survivor Quessenberry To Make NFL Debut For TexansDuring the really tough times as he fought to overcome cancer, David Quessenberry would daydream about reaching his lifelong goal of playing in an NFL game.