The Houston Texans will open the preseason on the road against the Minnesota Vikings on Friday, August 14.
In a live conversation with JJ Watt, Sally MacDonald talks with him about he new show on FOX "Ultimate Tag" which he hosts along with his brothers and about life in quarantine, football and virtual coaching.
Houston will play the defending Super Bowl champions in Kansas City.
Houston Texans player Justin Reid, an Ambassador for Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Family Alliance, decided to check-in on pediatric cancer patients and help entertain them while they're at home during the COVID-19 crisis.
Ross Blacklock, a defensive tackle from Texas Christian University, is the Texans' first pick of the draft.
FOX 26 Sports has confirmed the Houston Texans have signed left tackle Laremy Tunsil to a three-year extension, keeping him protecting Deshaun Watson’s blindside through 2023.
Weeks after trading away DeAndre Hopkins, the Houston Texans acquired wide receiver Brandin Cooks from the Los Angeles Rams.
Nate Griffin explains how the 2020 NFL Draft will be a virtual event this year.
355 pizzas were provided by the Texans for lunch for staff members at the COVID-19 testing sites.
Some NFL trades have been dominating the headlines.
The Texans will get running back David Johnson and a second-round draft pick this year and a fourth-round draft pick next year.
Houston Texans star J.J. Watt and his wife Chicago Reds Forward Kealia Ohai donated $350,000 to the Houston Food Bank, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Texans owner Cal McNair officially added general manager to head coach Bill O'Brien's list of duties.
"Never cut your locks Deandre Arnold," DeAndre Hopkins tweeted in support of the Barbers Hill senior who is in the middle of a controversy surrounding his dreadlocks.
It was a glamorous Tuesday evening at the Hilton Americas Downtown as the Who's Who in Houston sports strutted down the red carpet dressed to impress for the 3rd Annual Houston Sports Awards.
The cat is officially out the bag!
J.J. Watt is giving fans on social media a scare after he took to Twitter to tweet a message of appreciation Tuesday.
This has arguably been the most shocking 24 hours for Houston sports fans in our city's history. Fans react to the shocking news.
Houston Texans made history in a bad way by losing a 24-0 lead in the playoffs, letting the Super Bowl slip away.
The Kansas City Chiefs beat the Texans with a final score of 31-51.