Houston Texans

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In the papers – April 5

The Sun Sentinal’s Omar Kelly says the Dolphins haven’t ruled out re-signing DE Jason Taylor, but the team is concerned about Taylor’s age and previous injuries.   After missing out on a trade for Broncos QB Jay Cutler, the Jets may look at wide receiver in the draft to aid QB Kellen Clemens, the New York Post … Continue reading

Free Agency Quick Hits – Day 5

Adam Schefter of NFL Network has reported that Cardinals running back Edgerrin James is pleading for his release from the team. The Washington Post has learned that Shawn Springs is in Philadelphia visiting with the Eagles, and he has visited New England. The Post also mentioned Houston and New Orleans as options. The Oakland Raiders, who have … Continue reading

Texans sign Orlovsky has announced that the Houstan Texans have signed QB Dan Orlovsky to a three-year, $9.15 million contract, including $24. M in the form of a signing bonus. Orlovsky will serve as the Texans second-string signal caller behind starter Matt Schaub. Source:, Rotoworld rss – 3:05 p.m. et

RZR Quick Hits: Bills cut another, Texans extend Daniels

The Bills have also cut ties with TE Robert Royal, Rotoworld has announed.   The Texans have extended the highest possible RFA tender to TE Owen Daniels, $2.792 M, per Rotoworld. Source: Rotoworld, Rotoworld rss – 12:51 p.m. et

RZR introduces “Team Links”

If you didn’t notice yet, we’ve added a new page, “Team Links.” It’s at the top of the main page. AFC Team Links and NFC Team Links. The pages provide a team-by-team listing of every NFL franchise, separated by division, with official team pages and top fan sites.   Oh, and if you have any sites for consideration, … Continue reading

Quarterback report

Ravens: Steve McNair plans to return as the starter after nearly a month spent recovering from back and groin injuries. Kyle Boller has started in his place the last three games. The Ravens take on the Steelers Sunday. Panthers: Vinny Testaverde has been limited in practice this week and it’s becoming highly likely David Carr will start in his place Sunday at … Continue reading

Qualcomm Stadium open for business

The San Diego Union-Tribune has reported that Qualcomm Stadium will be ready Sunday when the Chargers are scheduled to host the Houston Texans. A firestorm that swept through Southern California forced thousands of people out of their homes, and into Qualcomm Stadium. About 5,000 evacuees remained at Qualcomm Wednesday. Texans owner Bob McNair told the Houston Chronicle that he … Continue reading