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Good morning Houston Texans fans, and a happy hump day to each of you. Here are the stories you need to know. Enjoy;
Breakfast: David Carr looks back – by Deepi Sidhu, HoustonTexans.com
"For former quarterback and NFL Network analyst David Carr, there is another game that he’ll always remember as one of his best memories as a Texan.It was another franchise first – the team’s first victory against the Indianapolis Colts on Dec. 24, 2006. The Texans defeated Peyton Manning and the Colts with a 48-yard field goal by Kris Brown as time expired at NRG (then Reliant) Stadium. Carr, who was 16-of-23 for 163 yards and a touchdown, completed a 17-yard pass to Andre Johnson up the middle of the field to set up the final score."
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2016 NFL Draft: Houston Texans Picks Graded In Cowboys’ Leaked Big Board – by Battle Red Blog
"News broke yesterday that an image leaked showing the Cowboys’ pre-draft player grades/rankings in their war room for the 2016 NFL Draft. Our colleagues at Blogging the Boys published an article regarding this breaking news."
Texans’ LB John Simon excited about Mike Vrabel’s return – by Aaron Wilson
"When John Simon emerged as a gritty Big Ten Conference Defensive Player of the Year at Ohio State, he didn’t do it alone.During a career breakthrough season last year where he recorded five sacks, the Texans starting outside linebacker had a familiar voice encouraging him on the sideline."
Local coaches learn the Heads Up Football way – via HoustonTexans.com
"In order to create a safer environment on the field, coaches must have the proper knowledge so they can demonstrate and implement the proper techniques for their players. That’s where the Houston Texans Coaches Summit presented by Academy comes in."
"On Saturday, health and safety experts from Houston Methodist, Texas Children’s Hospital and USA Football taught 250 youth and high school coaches about the importance of the Heads Up Football safety philosophy at NRG Stadium and the Houston Methodist Training Center."