Houston Texans News: May 26, 2014

Scott Halleran

Your one-stop shop for Houston Texans, local sports, and news from around the league for Monday, May 26, 2014.

Houston Texans News

Ex-Texans QB Schaub says he’ll have more control with Raiders - Ultimate Texans
Former Texans quarterback Matt Schaub and coach Gary Kubiak were often criticized for being too conservative during their time with the team.

Houston Texans 2014 offseason wrap-up - ESPN
With free agency and the draft in the rearview mirror and training camp just a couple of months away, we assess the Houston Texans' offseason moves.

Would Texans Trade Andre Johnson For Ryan Mallett? - ESPN Video - ESPN
ESPN Video: Chris Mortensen and Marty Hurney discuss Ryan Mallett's future with the Patriots.

Houston Texans' Arian Foster aims to be factor in passing game - ESPN
Houston Texans running back Arian Foster is looking forward to working with a new coaching staff and a new offense – and being healthy again.

Around the League

Bob Kalsu's sacrifice rooted in his Oklahoma upbringing - Buffalo Rumblings
Bob Kalsu left pro football and made the ultimate sacrifice in Vietnam. It was the only decision to be made, given the way he was raised.

NFL Quotable: Bruce Allen defends Redskins name ... again - SBNation.com
Bruce Allen responded to a letter signed by 50 U.S. senators, once again defending the Washington Redskins name.

Quarterback battles looming for Geno Smith, Matt Cassel & others - SBNation.com
Six teams have unsettled quarterback depth charts. Which newcomers have a shot to wrest away a starting job before Week 1?

Ray Rice is an asshole and the Ravens couldn't care less - SBNation.com
Ray Rice apologized for a February assault on his wife. His wife said she was sorry too, and the Ravens lent a helping hand to their star running back. It was a terrible moment.

Houston & Collegiate Sports

Astros 4, Mariners 1: Keuchel coasts past Mariners - The Crawfish Boxes
Dallas Keuchel retired 21 of 22 final batters he faced today in complete game against Mariners.

Yao Ming interested in buying Clippers, report says - The Dream Shake
Bill Simmons is reporting that Yao Ming is interested in buying the Clippers. We just want Yao back in the NBA.

Texas Tech Football Links: Webb Q&A's, Working on Turnovers - Viva The Matadors
Davis Webb is doing some Q&A's with the LAJ and he talks about what he does outside of football as well as how he is working on turnovers. Plus, more spring power rankings and Kingsbury Year #2 is something to look forward to this year.

TCU Wins Big 12 Title - Frogs O' War
Alexander dominates as TCU beats OSU 7-1 and grabs the Big 12 crown.

ODB Rewind: Outrunning the Bulls - Our Daily Bears
The second installment of our look back at Baylor's special 2013 football season.

Aggie Football 2014 Mini-hype Videos: Trey Williams - Good Bull Hunting
Electric Aggie runningback Trey Williams should get a lot of touches in 2014.

Barking Carnival Boot Camp: Gap and Force Responsibilities - Barking Carnival
A basic guide to keeping those pesky runners bottled up where you can do mean things to them.

#TTTQ Tweet of the Night

Last night's question from @battleredblog was - Will Randy Bullock be the #Texans' kicker come Week One of the 2014 regular season?  #TTTQ

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