The morning huddle brings all the Houston Texans news sources to one spot in order to keep you up to date with your favorite NFL franchise
Good morning Texans fans, hopefully each of you is having a great start to your Thursday morning. Once again to help keep that great start going, we bring you the headlines of the day for your beloved Houston Texans. Enjoy;
Police shooting of Alton Sterling angers Texans’ Jaelen Strong, teammates – by Aaron Wilson, Houston Chronicle
"The shooting death of an African-American man from Baton Rouge while being restrained by police officers in his hometown in Louisiana has triggered anger and frustration throughout the nation.And the death of Alton Sterling caused strong reactions from the NFL community, including several Texans players on social media."
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Who Is the Houston Texans’ Biggest Rival? – by Sean Pendergast, Houston Press
"For the record, in my opinion, in order to truly be “rivals,” the feeling (read: hatred) between the two teams has to be mutual. In other words, the other team you identify as “rival” must feel virtually the same way about your team. The sports hate can be based in anything — geography, frequent postseason meetings, stealing a franchise from your city (HELLO, NASHVILLE) — so long as it exists and goes two ways."
Johnny Manziel’s ex resurfaces with Texans receiver – by Jaclyn Hendricks NY Post
"Colleen Crowley is no longer flying under the radar.Johnny Manziel’s former flame surfaced on Tuesday, and though she made her Instagram account private, she made an appearance on Texans receiver DeAndre Hopkins’ feed instead."
Houston Texans’ Mount Rushmore – by Mark Gunnels, Football Insider
"The Houston Texans are the “newest” franchise in the NFL, as they’ve only been around 14 years now. However, this is not to say this young franchise hasn’t obtained top tier talent over the years."
"Throughout their 14 years of existence, Houston has reached the playoffs three times, with this past season counting as one of those appearances."