Texans Owner Bob McNair Defends Jerry Richardson Despite Sexual Harassment Allegations"Some of the comments he might have made could have been made jokingly and misunderstood. I'm sure he didn't mean to offend anybody.''
Texans Expected To Pursue Nick Caserio For GM JobIt's not just Patriots coaches garnering interest from other teams this winter.
Hurley: Tom Savage Becomes Latest Glaring Failure Of NFL's Concussion ProtocolThe NFL has a concussion protocol. Sometimes it fails miserably. That appeared to be the case on Sunday in Houston.
Boomer Esiason On AFC South Playoff RaceCBS Sports and INSIDE THE NFL analyst Boomer Esiason weighed in on the AFC South playoff picture, and which teams have a real chance at making the postseason.
CBS Sports' Adam Archuleta On Week 10 Browns-Lions Matchup, MoreNFL ON CBS analyst Adam Archuleta gives his input on the Week 10 matchup between the Cleveland Browns and Detroit Lions, and more.
Deshaun Watson Done For Season With Torn ACL; QB Addresses Fans On TwitterThe Texans are back to square one at QB, with Deshaun Watson suddenly done for the season with a torn ACL.
Keidel: Deshaun Watson, A Star In The MakingDeshaun Watson's record-breaking performance couldn't push the Texans past the Seahawks, but the rookie QB's future looks bright.
Texans Owner Bob McNair Referring To Players As 'Inmates' And Other Notes From NFL MeetingsESPN released a long story detailing what took place at closed-door meetings among NFL owners and players.
CBS Sports' Rich Gannon On Week 4 Bears-Packers TNF Matchup, MoreNFL on CBS analyst Rich Gannon gives his input on the Week 4 Thursday Night Football matchup between the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers.
Gold Stars, Penalty Flags: Brandin Cooks Breaks Out For PatriotsWe've seen it all before, but it never gets old.
Why The Texans Were Stupid In Their Loss To The PatriotsZolak & Bertrand go over the fatal mistakes that Bill O'Brien and the Texans made to blow the game against the Patriots.
Brandin Cooks Goes Superhuman And Other Leftover Patriots ThoughtsThe idea of football being "a game of inches" persists for a reason. And we saw that on display on Sunday afternoon at Gillette Stadium.