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Texans' Competition At WR Still Going Strong

HOUSTON (CBS HOUSTON) – Bill O’Brien has stressed competition among positions since his arrival in Houston in 2014.

That definitely rings true at the wide receiver position opposite DeAndre Hopkins this season after the Texans released their longtime star, Andre Johnson. 584 more words

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O'Brien Sees Improved Tight End Play At Minicamp

Houston (CBS Houston) – The Texans tight ends were largely missing from the offense in 2014. Rookie C.J. Fiedorowicz struggled to carve out a role while Garrett Graham and Ryan Griffin remained largely off the radar. 178 more words

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Hammond: Hacking Astros Is The Best Compliment Cardinals Could Pay Luhnow

Beneath the silliness of the Cardinals allegedly hacking the Astros is the best compliment a pro sports GM can get. Jeff Luhnow knows what he’s doing. 103 more words

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No. 82: Mike McCarthy

Editor’s note: This is part of our summer series, The MMQB 100, counting down the most influential people for the 2015 season.

When Packers coach Mike McCarthy was forced to defend his ultra-conservative play calling after Green Bay’s NFC championship meltdown, few imagined that the Super Bowl-winning coach and renowned quarterback guru would soon give up play-calling duties entirely. 2,919 more words

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O'Brien: Still "High Expectations" For Jadaveon Clowney

There will be no grace period for Jadaveon Clowney.

As OTAs wound down Friday before next week’s minicamp, Texans coach Bill O’Brien didn’t take any pressure off the de-facto rookie and No. 431 more words

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Brian Cushing Having "A Hell Of An Offseason"

Houston (CBS Houston) – Brian Cushing struggled to return to the form he’s accustomed to last season. The inside linebacker wasn’t the same in 2014 coming off of his second major knee injury in two years. 232 more words

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O'Brien On Naming A Starter: "I'm Not Ready Yet"

Houston (CBS Houston)- Bill O’Brien declined to name a starting quarterback as the Texans wrapped up OTA’s on Friday. Despite telling NFL.com he could name a starter before training camp, O’Brien indicated the battle between Brian Hoyer and Ryan Mallett remains very close. 219 more words

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