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Futures: Louisville Quarterback Teddy Bridgewater

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Matt Waldman talks quarterbacking, buzz words, trendy health foods, and what all of them have to do with Louisville's favorite son as a prospect in the 2014 NFL Draft.

Teddy Talks

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Teddy Bridgewater made his first extended appearance on Louisville radio Wednesday morning when he sat down with Drew Deener of ESPN 680 at the IMG Academy in Florida, and he had plenty to say.

Extreme Makeover - Texans 'Coaches' Edition

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Your 2014 Houston Texans will have a very different look on the sidelines this season. Take a look at the new coaches, where they came from, and where some of the former Texans' coaches have gone...

Battle Red Newswire: January 29, 2014

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Your one-stop shop for Houston Texans, local sports, and news from around the league for Wednesday, January 29, 2014.

Put Your Coaching Khakis On, BRB

You're now head coach of the Houston Texans, and one Battle Red Blogger has some questions for you. Let's all learn something together.

Battle Red Radio: The Super-De-Duper Bowl

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Stay awhile and listen to Matt, Chris from Houston Diehards, and BFD at 7 p.m. CST as they analyze the newest additions to the Texans' coaching staff, discuss the Pro Bowl, and break down this...

Charles Spencer Does Not Applaud OL Coach Hire

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Last night, Alex Marvez broke the story that the Texans had hired Paul Dunn to be their new offensive line coach. Charles Spencer, a former Texan who played for Dunn in college, does not seem to be...

Battle Red Newswire: January 28, 2014

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Your one-stop shop for Houston Texans, local sports, and news from around the league for Tuesday, January 28, 2014.

WSJ: Over 1,300 Injuries Sustained In 2013

The Wall Street Journal tweeted out a nice little infographic detailing how many-- and where-- injuries were sustained leading up to the Super Bowl. How does it compare the Houston Texans' lengthy...

Cole: 2011 First Rounders In For A Rude Awakening

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The National Football Post ran an interesting article from Jason Cole the other day about why J.J. Watt and the other members of such a great draft class are going to get screwed when it comes to contract extensions. It's really worth a read. A storm is brewing.

Excerpt:
"In the case of Watt, who is due to make just over $1.9 million this season, if his fifth-year option is $6 million and the franchise tag is $12 million for him in 2016, the Texans essentially have him under contract for three more years at only $20 million. On the open market, Watt might be worth double that."

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