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Houston Texans News: October 18, 2018

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Houston Texans News

Texans’ red-zone offense remains dreadful, ranking 31st (Houston Chronicle)

Texans’ Bill O’Brien blocks out outside noise (Houston Chronicle)

Texans work out ex-Patriots LB Marquis Flowers (Houston Chronicle)

Texans’ tight ends minimally involved in offense (Houston Chronicle)

Texans’ Andre Hal returns to practice, still on non-football injury list (Houston Chronicle)

NFL News

Goodell: Exciting games, players pushing growth (

Tannehill ruled out; NFL reviewing report of injury (

Derek Anderson to start for Bills with Allen injured (

Brandt: Ranking each division’s best quarterback (

Belichick on Khalil Mack: No player is in L.T.’s class (

Khan withdraws his bid to buy Wembley Stadium (

Gruden: Raiders ‘aren’t tanking’ for top draft pick (

Injuries: Hilton (hamstring) practices fully for Colts (

Elway: Broncos fighting for our lives versus Cards (

Houston & Collegiate Sports

Listen to the Dream Shake Season Preview Podcast (The Dream Shake)

Buckley: With dugout snooping, it appears Alex Cora and A.J. Hinch don’t trust each other too much (The Athletic)