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.
On Saturday afternoon, 100 Houston-area high school football players congregated at the Houston Methodist Training Center for the NFL PREP 100 Series presented by Under Armour and the National Guard.
It was a beautiful Monday for birdies and bogeys as Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson hosted his inaugural Celebrity Golf Classic at the Golf Club of Houston.
Houston Texans tackle Duane Brown hosted a pep rally at West U Elementary School for 1,200 students on Friday morning as part of the team’s Souper Bowl of Caring initiative.
Texans veteran guard Wade Smith participated in his foundation’s “Reading with the Pros” event at Park Place Elementary School on Monday morning.
The second annual Texans Care Volunteer Day will take place Saturday, May 3 from 8 a.m. – noon CT at six locations across the city of Houston.
Eleven-year-old Max Garza got the surprise of his life at the Houston Texans Grille military benefit "Pay What You Want Day."
Tuesday was full of drama and delight as 100 students from the Houston Texans YMCA and Boys & Girls Club attended a special viewing of “I, Barbara Jordan” at the Ensemble Theater.
TORO’s Kids Club Week at the Zoo kicked off with an exclusive fun-filled event at the Houston Zoo on Saturday, Feb. 22.
Nearly 500 student-athletes representing 120 area high schools participated in the Senior Showcase, an event for local area high school seniors who did not sign Division I scholarship letters.
Linebacker Brian Cushing helped recognize each of the 11 winning teachers that were chosen over the course of the 2013 season.