During NFL Network's morning show "Good Morning Football", host Nate Burleson asked Kansas City Chiefs superstar Kareem Hunt who he expects to be the...
With rookie minicamps beginning, the NFL season is finally taking form. We are a mere 120 days away from the NFL season. Finally! To hold you over, all four AFC South managing editors come together in this roundtable discussion.
If NFL history has taught us one thing, it's that undrafted free agents can end up making some serious contributions on the field. Some...
In my previous article, I looked at how general manager Jon Robinson has changed the...
The crash of the helmets. The buzz of the season. Everybody is 0-0. Organized Team...
|2017 AFC South Standings|
|1. Jacksonville Jaguars (10-6)|
|2. Tennesse Titans (9-7)|
|3. Indianapolis Colts (4-12)|
|4. Houston Texans (4-12)|
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FPC Texans editor Sam Gubner interviews Houston Texans undrafted free agent signing and standout wide receiver out of Limestone College Vyncint Smith.
FPC Texans editor Sam Gubner interviews Houston Texans undrafted free agent signing, and punter of the future, Trevor Daniel.
Duke Ejiofor, defensive end out of Wake Forest, was drafted 177th overall by the Texans. A Houston native, Ejiofor has the upside and dedication to become a tremendous talent at the professional level.
FPC Texans editor Sam Gubner interviews Houston Texans undrafted free agent signing Kiante' Anderson. But as you'll read, there is more to Anderson than just football, as he's had to overcome many obstacles throughout his life to get to the point where he is at today.
With the 103rd pick in the NFL Draft, receiving legend Andre Johnson announced that the Texans would select Keke Coutee. Although I don't know if he'll attain the level of greatness as "The Natural", I think Keke Coutee will turn heads and become a breakout wide receiver for the Texans in 2018.
FPC Texans editor Sam Gubner interviews Houston Texans undrafted free agent signing Kinglsey Opara.
With the 98th pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, the Texans selected Jordan Akins, a tight end out of the University of Central Florida. Drafting Akins was a smart decision by Texans general manager Brian Gaine, because he has the overall talent and receiving prowess to replace former Texans tight end C.J. Fiedorowicz.
The Texans selected Mississippi State offensive lineman Martinas Rankin with the 80th overall pick in the NFL Draft. This pick will shore up the tackle position, and maybe the offensive line as a whole, for the years to come.
Justin Reid, a projected first rounder, fell down draft boards and was eventually scooped up by the Texans in the third round. Reid is a tremendous talent, potential Pro Bowler, and the biggest steal of the NFL Draft. This clever pick can be attributed to Texans general manager Brian Gaine's best player available drafting strategy.
Before we reach the NFL draft Ben Rolfe looks back at the defensive acquisitions from the offseason so far. He picks the six players he thinks will make the biggest impact on their new teams.
The news that Whitney Mercilus returned from a pectoral injury was soon followed by reports that Texans general manager Brian Gaine believes extending him is a "priority". This article explains why extending Whitney Mercilus is not only a smart decision, but a necessary one.