Houston Texans’ star Jadeveon Clowney decided to take a shot at owner Bob McNair by deciding to dress as a prison inmate for a Halloween party.
It looks like at least one player on the Houston Texans decided to have some fun with the recent comments of owner Bob McNair, when he compared NFL players to inmates.
Texans’ star pass rusher was spotted wearing an orange prison suit to the team’s Halloween party, according to TMZ Sports.
Clowney is obviously taking a shot at McNair. I wonder if the owner attended the party.
Here’s a video of Clowney wearing the orange suit from TMZ.
Despite the fact that McNair sat down and spoke with his players on Saturday, they’re still not happy.
I wouldn’t be surprised if Brown blasting McNair last week was one of the reasons the Texans decided to pull the trigger and trade him to the Seattle Seahawks on Monday.
Update: The Texans are claiming that Clowney’s costume was a coincidence.
"Houston Texans’ senior director of communications Amy Palcic told Chron.com Tuesday morning that Clowney said there “was no hidden meaning behind his Halloween costume. He was not taking a ‘shot’ at anyone. It was just that – a costume at a Halloween party.”"
Texans worked out cornerback Sterling Moore
The Texans are still looking for help at the cornerback position as they worked out free agent cornerback Sterling Moore on Tuesday, according to Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle.
The Texans did acquire cornerback Jeremy Lane in a trade with the Seattle Seahawks, but no one knows how he’ll perform after losing his starting job with the Seahawks. Moore could be an option as the season goes on.
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