Battle Red Ladies presented by State Farm Fundamentals of Fantasy event took place on Tuesday, July 15 at House of Blues.
On Saturday, 70 local-area youth football coaches took part in the Player Safety Coaches Clinic at the Houston Texans YMCA.
The Houston Texans Cheerleaders and Texans Ambassador J.J. Moses celebrated the opening of Patrick Henry Middle School’s new outdoor track in the best way possible: a student vs. teacher track meet.
It was an early Father’s Day celebration as the Houston Texans hosted the annual First Down Dads Field Day presented by Aramark on Saturday at the Houston Methodist Training Center.
On Tuesday, the All-Pro hand delivered a $30,000 check to Women’s Center President and CEO Rebecca White.
A little rain couldn’t stop Houston Texans players, coaches and charitable golfers from teeing off for a good cause.
On May 1-3, 100 Houston-area high school football players congregated at the Houston Methodist Training Center for the NFL’s High School Player Development Program.
Houston Texans players, Cheerleaders, TORO and hundreds of fans spread out across the City and volunteered on the second annual #TexansCare Volunteer Day.
Connie Watt was honored Thursday at the first annual Pro-Vision Cornerstone Lunch for her great charity work with the J.J. Watt Foundation.
The Battle Red Ladies New Member Happy Hour presented by State Farm took place at the Houston Texans Grille on Tuesday evening.
Jamey Rootes, President of the Houston Texans, has been named the 2014 Industry Impact Award winner by Sam Houston State University for his positive impact on the sports industry, community and the university.
The All-Pro Arian Foster, who never experienced an NFL Draft, puts his acting skills to the test in his first feature film, Draft Day, which opens in theaters Friday.
On Thursday, Case Keenum presented Gary McCallister with the 2014 Youth of the Year award.
For the second consecutive year, the Houston Texans have been named one of Houston’s Healthiest Employers by the Houston Business Journal.
On Saturday, 40 Houston-area high school football players congregated at Reliant Stadium for the NFL’s High School Player Development Program.