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Report: Matt Schaub Replaced As Oakland Raiders Starting Quarterback

The Matt Schaub era in Oakland is reportedly over before it even began.

Schaub, acquired via trade from the Houston Texans this offseason, has been replaced as the Oakland Raiders starting quarterback by rookie Derek Carr, Fox Sports Jay Glazer reports. 268 more words

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St. Louis Rams Finalize Practice Squad, Michael Sam Not A Member

Michael Sam is out of an NFL job.

After he was cut by the St. Louis Rams on Saturday, Sam, the first openly gay player drafted into the league, cleared waivers. 378 more words

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Ryan Mallett could help fantasy teams later this season

As NFL teams finalized their rosters on Sunday, the Houston Texans acquired QB Ryan Mallett from the New England Patriots. With the release of Case Keenum, Mallett has a chance to usurp Ryan Fitzpatrick as the starter some point this year. 180 more words

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33rd and Long 2014 NFL Preview: The AFC South

AFC South

Houston Texans 2013 Record 2-14 4th Place Could last year had been any worse? For former coach Gary Kubiak yeah I am sure it could’ve been, he suffered a heart attack during a Sunday night game, which yeah could’ve been far worse for him. 805 more words

O'Brien: Nix "Really Doesn't Totally Get It Yet, Has Got A Long Way To Go"

It appears Louis Nix III is not doing everything he can to be the best teammate he can be.

Still.

When asked on Friday about the progress of his rookie nose tackle, Houston Texans head coach Bill O’Brien said his third-round pick has yet to develop as the player, and professional, he needs to be. 392 more words

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49ers Linebacker Says He Saw Savage Pick-Six Coming Before The Snap

San Francisco 49ers linebacker Chris Borland took a third-quarter Tom Savage pass 34 yards the other way for a big, game-changing defensive touchdown.

And he apparently saw it coming a mile away. 356 more words

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Houston Texans

Houston Texans

2013 record: 2-14 (4th in AFC South)

The 2013 Texans’ season resembled a Saturday morning Warner Bros cartoon featuring that poor coyote and the roadrunner. 1,226 more words

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