With training camps underway, the NFL season is right around the corner. And that can only mean one thing: Fantasy football drafts are about to start happening.
In order to get a jump on the competition, it’s never to early to start putting together a draft board. To help the cause, cover32 will be ranking each position, with updates from now until the start of the regular season...
The Houston Texans ran a successful third day training camp session, according to analyst John Harris.
Harris, who shared his “24 observations” from Day 3, Among them, free agent newcomer Jerrell Powe;s strength really impressed Harris at training camp, and “placed Chris Myers into the lap of the quarterback,” before Myers was able to to reset quickly and stop him.
Before signing with the Colts, RB Philip Tanner visited with the 49ers. (Tom Pelissero)
CB Chris Harris officially passed his physical. (Ian Rapoport)
WR Rueben Randle did not practice on Tuesday due to a hamstring issue. (Dan Graziano)
Lions placed DE Kalonji Kashama on injured reserve after being waived-injured.
The Texans receiving...
By now everyone knows that Jadaveon Clowney is a beast but for some reason scouts pre-draft were acting like they forgot. Well it didn’t take too long for him to remind everyone. Here’s a look at one of the training camp running drills where Jadaveon Clowney beats the O-lineman in a blink of an eye and hits the RB before he can even get the handoff. Looks familiar? Well it...
John McClain of the Houston Chronicle reports that the Texans have signed RB Tim Cornett and OT Mike Farrell while releasing LB Ricky Sapp.
Cornett, 22, signed with the Texans as an undrafted free agent out of UNLV back in May. He happanes to be UNLV’s all-time leading rusher totaling 769 carries for 3,733 yards (4.85 YPC) and 35 career touchdowns.
Farrell, 24, signed...
Texans backup guard Cody White tore his Achilles on Saturday, according to the Houston Chronicle. The third-year pro signed with Houston in 2012 as a free agent, and has spent most of his time backing up right guard Brandon Brooks. He has only appeared in one game.This injury should be fairly concerning to the Texans, as they are already missing two contributors along the offensive...
When you have a weapon like the Houston Texans do in Jadeveon Clowney you have to handle it carefully. The last thing you want is your nuclear arsenal going off in your own backyard, afterall.
Yesterday at Texans training camp it looked like Clowney was about to blow up one of his own teammates, running back Dennis Johnson. Here’s the video:
You can see Clowney coming out of nowhere...
Often times during the early stages of NFL training camps, defensive players are itching for more with full hits out of the question against their offensive teammates.
Houston Texans rookie linebacker Jadeveon Clowney appears to be yearning to lay down the hurt on some unsuspecting player, but is still limited on what he can do in just the third day of practice.
Training camp has officially started for the Houston Texans and the rest of the league just this past weekend. It’s the time when coaches can finally get to see what their players can do on the field and find the best way to make their team successful by the time the regular season starts.
Training camp for the Texans is going to be very crucial if they want to return to being...
J.J. Watt is widely regarded as arguably the best defensive player in the NFL today. The Houston Texans’ star two-time first-team All-Pro defensive end was just voted the No. 12 best player on the NFL Top 100 Players of 2014 and is referred to as a “game-wrecker” and “a menace in the trenches” by his peers. But as much recognition that the 2012 Defensive Player of...
HOUSTON - Entering his fourth season with the Houston Texans, J.J. Watt is already considered one of the 'old guys' on the roster.
Chalk it up to his leadership qualities that he has brought with him since his rookie season, but at just 25-years old, the star defensive end is the go-to guy for the less experienced players in the locker room.
"I'm like an old man...
There are few--if any--players that are as beloved by their team's fan bases as J.J. Watt is by fans of the Houston Texans. Not only is he a beast on the field (something every fan loves to see), but he is a pillar of the community. So when he runs out on to the field for practice it is understandable that the fans go a little wild.It's even understandable when he stops to...
HOUSTON - Wide receiver Andre Johnson missed offseason workouts due to a holdout, but was back on the field Saturday morning with his Houston Texans teammates, including new starting quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick.
Building a good receiver/quarterback relationship is critical for an offense so see success, and so far the duo is connecting in the early stages of training camp.
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As Houston Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson made his appearance at the team's training camp, he knows he has a lot of catching up to do.
"I just love playing the game of football," Johnson told reporters, via Chris Wesseling of NFL.com. "It's my job to make up for the time that I missed. I'm gonna work my butt off, like I always do."