The Houston Texans have announced what days they will have practice open for the public to come watch. With that in mind we can get our day started by reading about the open dyes while also enjoying a video to get fans hyped for the start of training camp. Enjoy;
Texans announce dates training camp open to public – by John McClain of the Houston Chronicle
"The Texans begin training camp Aug. 1, and six of their practices are open to fans at Houston Methodist Training Center, which is across the street from NRG Stadium.Practices on Aug. 1, 2, 3, 11, 12 and 19 are open to the public. Fans must have tickets to enter. Free tickets can be found at www.HoustonTexans.com starting at 10 a.m. Wednesday for five of the practices There’s a limit of four per practice.The Aug. 11 practice is Youth Day, and tickets can be found only at Houston-area Academy Sports and Outdoors, including in Beaumont and Huntsville.The Texans have only four practices at their facility before they travel to Richmond, Virginia, for three days (Aug. 6-8) of practices against the Washington Redskins."
HTC Liz honored as SI’s Cheerleader of the Week – by Jesse Clark of HoustonTexans.com
"Liz, a fourth-year Texans cheerleader from Rosenberg, Texas, was honored as this week’s Sports Illustrated Cheerleader of the Week.Each week, SI.com recognizes and showcases a different cheerleader in the form of a slideshow. The gallery can be seen here.Liz was also recently named Miss July for the 2015 Houston Texans cheerleader calendar and was selected to represent the Texans at last year’s Pro Bowl.When she isn’t cheering on the sidelines, she works full-time as a hairstylist."
2015 Training Camp: Are you ready? – via HoustonTexans.com
"If you aren’t excited for the season to start, you haven’t watched this Texans Training Camp hype video."
Houston Texans Star Warns Youth-Athletes About Social-Media Presence – by Bryan Toporek of Education Week
"Houston Texans star defensive end J.J. Watt, the NFL’s reigning Defensive Player of the Year, offered some sound advice to student-athletes about their social-media presence at the Gatorade Player of the Year awards in Los Angeles on Friday.In an interview with MaxPreps.com, Watt warned student-athletes to be extremely wary of what they post on their social-media accounts, given how quickly a poorly conceived post can spiral out of control.“Read each tweet about 95 times before sending it,” Watt said. “Look at every Instagram post about 95 times before you send it. A reputation takes years and years and years to build, and it takes one press of a button to ruin. So don’t let that happen to you.“If you use it properly, you can use it unbelievably, and you can do great things with social media,” he continued. “You can interact with your fans, and have a lot of fun, and share with the world what you’re doing. But just be very smart about it.”"