Texans Morning Huddle–Former Texans in Super Bowl


Here are your daily Texans stories for Saturday:

Texans ties run deep at Super Bowl 50 by Greg Rajan, Houston Chronicle

"The Texans belong to the most unwelcome of NFL fraternities, being among just four franchises that have never played in a Super Bowl.But unlike fellow never-beens Cleveland, Detroit and Jacksonville, Houston will have plenty of representation in Super Bowl 50 on Sunday in Santa Clara, Calif.A bevy of former Texans players and coaches will be in the big game, all with the Denver Broncos."

Houston next in line for the Super Bowl by Eric Sanlnocencio, Houstontexans.com

"However, ‘getting ready’ has a much different meaning for the city of Houston, as this time next year the city will be the host of the country’s most watched contest. For all intents and purposes, the countdown as begun, and this week in Santa Clara will serve a key role in the preparation process.Officials from the city, including members of the Houston Texans organization, are in California for this week’s game, observing the festivities both leading up to Super Sunday and the actual game itself. Once the contest is over, the torch will be passed to the city of Houston, and we will be officially ‘on the clock’."

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Texans look to replace Foster by Jarren Murillo, Isportweb.com

"It seems like Arian Foster has an injury every season, and this season was no exception. Foster only played four games for the Houston Texans this year before tearing his Achilles. He has only had one healthy season in his seven year career. Even though Foster has been key to the Texans’ offense, there are reports saying that the Texans are going to let go of Foster this offseason. Despite how great of a running back Foster is, it is hard to rely on him because of his history of injuries."

Odell Beckham happy for Charles James II by Deepi Sidhu, Houstontexans.com

"Charles James has had a storybook season in 2015, from practice squad to being released to earning a spot on the Texans active roster.One Pro Bowler in particular, Odell Beckham Jr., had been following that path this year.“It made me extra happy just to be able to see him on the TV smiling and chasing our dream of what we always imagined and just having fun,” Beckham said to Texans TV. “He’s having fun, man.”"