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Keenum Happy To Be Home, And To Get Second Chance With O'Brien's Texans

Case Keenum knew he was home from the moment he stepped off the plane and into Houston.

“The humidity just hit me right in the face and I felt right at home,” Keenum said on Wednesday.

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Rams Lose No. 3 QB Keenum To Houston Texans

By Cedric Williams

In the days just before the season opener, the St. Louis Rams decided that veteran quarterback Case Keenum was a player they wanted to have just in case something happened and both Shaun Hill and Austin Davis got hurt. 547 more words


Bill O'Brien Says He And His Staff Have Done A "Damn Good Job" In First Year

Houston (CBS Houston) – Bill O’Brien first year as the head coach of the Texans has had its ups and downs. Jadeveon Clowney has been a non-factor and the team has lost it’s top three quarterbacks. 213 more words


Mike Meltser: Handicapping Andre Johnson In 2015

After the Texans likely finish their 2014 season in two weeks, a fascinating offseason will begin. Bill O’Brien has shown the ability to coach up the team and at least re-establish some stability on the field. 870 more words


Ex-Ole Miss WR Moncrief 'drafted to score touchdowns'

The last time the Colts and Texans met, Houston coach Bill O’Brien admittedly did not rank Indianapolis receiver Donte Moncrief among his highest priorities.

The emergence of the Colts’ rookie receiver had not begun in earnest back in early October, at which point we’d seen only glimpses of what he might offer. 813 more words

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Is Clowney's career in jeopardy?

The timeline for Jadeveon Clowney’s impactful NFL career could unfortunately be a very short one. While the news Tuesday, that the 21-year old, number one overall draft pick has undergone microfracture surgery on his ailing knee, doesn’t mean his career is over, the thought of him being a hell-raising, once-in-a-lifetime, defensive game-changing monster seems a long, long way away now. 1,621 more words


O'Brien: Sunday's Colts Game "A Playoff Game"

HOUSTON (CBS Houston) – At 7-6, the Houston Texans will likely need to win their last to make the playoffs.

But for Texans’ head coach Bill O’Brien, the postseason starts Sunday in Indianapolis against the AFC South leading Colts. 618 more words