Texans Morning Huddle – Brandon Ivory Arrested


For those of you who are starting the July 4th weekend off early, (like myself) be safe! Yesterday, a sad story leaked of an undrafted player the Texans picked up, getting arrested on burglary charges. Other than that, enjoy the 5k Running of the Bulls and check out the latest on Brian Hoyer!

Houston Texans rookie Brandon Ivory arrested on burglary charge – by Tania Ganguli

"Houston Texans rookie defensive tackle Brandon Ivory was arrested on first degree burglary charges Wednesday morning and sent to the Tuscaloosa County Jail pending a $120,000 bond.Ivory and Nicholas Gerald Gibson III were charged with two counts of first degree burglary after being taken into custody and questioned by Tuscaloosa Police Department investigators."

Houston Texans will host Running of the Bulls 5k – by Christian Schuneman

"The route of the 5K walk/run will go through NRG Park with water stations, and will feature Houston Texans Cheerleaders and the team’s mascot Toro. The race will conclude on the floor of NRG stadium.All entrants will receive a Running of the Bulls 5k commemorative t-shirt. All runners will be invited to a special post-race party on the floor of NRG Stadium as well."

Houston Texans 2015 Training Camp Profile: QB Brian Hoyer – by Dan Kasper

"Last season, the Houston Texans were in the playoff chase all the way through their last game of the season. They dramatically improved their performance on the field in just one year. One position they did need to get better at was the quarterback position, because that was the position that held them back from getting a playoff spot last season. The Texans took care of that this offseason when they signed Brian Hoyer.The Texans signed journeyman quarterback Brian Hoyer, who will be starting the 2015 season with his fourth different team in his seven seasons in the NFL. He’s hoping that the Texans will be his last spot as he’s in yet another quarterback battle with Ryan Mallett and Tom Savage."

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