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  • Thu., Apr. 30, 2015 5:00 PM - 9:30 PM CDT 2015 Houston Texans Draft Party pres. by Coors Light

    The 2015 Houston Texans Draft Party presented by Coors Light isThursday, April 30 at NRG Stadium.  The Draft Party begins at 5 p.m. CDT and the 2015 NFL Draft begins at 7 p.m. CDT.

    NFL Network’s draft coverage will be shown on the HD televisions throughout the 100 Level Concourse and Texans Radio on SportsRadio 610 will broadcast live, with commentary and analysis from “The Voice of the Texans,” Marc Vandermeer, and a number of special guests. When the Texans make their first-round pick, fans at the Draft Party will hear from the player first as part of Texans Radio’s live broadcast.

    Texans Ambassadors will be on hand to sign autographs throughout the evening. Texans fans can also get their first glimpse of the 2015 Houston Texans Cheerleaders when the squad makes its debut performance at the event. 

    Young fans can play in the TORO’s Kids Club Zone presented by Kroger, which will feature interactive games, a balloon artist and appearances by TORO and Deep Steel Thunder. Fans can also take photos in Memory Alley located on the concourse. 

    Get more information on the event here.



  • Fri., May. 01, 2015 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM CDT Flashback Fridays at Go Texan Store

    Stop by the Go Texan Store on Friday, April 10, 2015 from 12:30pm - 1:30pm to meet a TBD Houston Texans Ambassador.  Fans can also enjoy a 10% off Power Hour discount in the Go Texan Store during the event!

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  • Sat., May. 02, 2015 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM CDT Texans Care Volunteer Day presented by Reliant Texans Care Volunteer Day presented by Reliant is a city-wide volunteer day on Saturday, May 2, 2015 from 8AM - noon where Texans players, Cheerleaders, Ambassadors, TORO and staff will volunteer alongside Texans fans!

    As an organization, the Texans make it a priority to give back to the Houston community. This day provides an opportunity to invite Texans fans to volunteer with the team to make a positive change. These organizations work to improve the standard of living for the young people of Houston, which aligns with the Texans mission to be Champions for Youth.

    There are plenty of locations across Houston, so sign up today at!
  • Sat., May. 02, 2015 10:30 AM - 6:30 PM CDT NFL Draft Day 3 from Houston Texans Grille

    Stop by the Houston Texans Grille (I-10 & Beltway 8) on Day 3 of the NFL Draft, Saturday, May 2 from 10:30am – 6:30pm for a chance to announce a Texans Draft Pick live on TV or chance to win tons of other prizes!

    All of the Texans draft picks that day will be made by Texans fans live from the Grille, with at least one on NFL Network and the rest on See rules -

    Texans Radio with Voice of the Texans, Marc Vandermeer and special guests, will be broadcasting LIVE the entire time. Plus, Houston Texans Cheerleaders and Ambassadors will be there for autographs and pictures!

  • Sun., May. 03, 2015 11:00 PM - 11:30 PM CDT Texans All Access: 2015 Draft on KTRK ABC 13

    Tune in to KTRK ABC 13 in Houston on Sunday, May 3 at 11pm to catch the Texans TV special, Texans All Access: 2015 Draft.  This will be an exclusive look into the day of the Texans first round draft pick, as well as an analysis of all the 2015 Texans draft picks from Texans TV Insiders.

    Fans throughout Texas, be sure to check your local TV listings for air dates and times in your area.

  • Tue., May. 05, 2015 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM CDT Texans Radio Live at Houston Texans Grille Stop by the Houston Texans Grille located at CityCentre, 12848 Queensbury Ln. Ste 208, Houston, TX 77024 (I-10 & Beltway 8), as Texans Radio broadcasts LIVE with special guests including Voice of the Texans, Marc Vandermeer!
  • Wed., May. 13, 2015 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM CDT Moms Clinic presented by Houston Methodist and GE

    The Houston Texans are proud to partner with GE and Houston Methodist to launch the Play Safe Moms Clinic just for football moms on May 13th!

    This free clinic will provide moms with the latest safety information in concussion awareness, proper hydration and nutrition to prepare them for the upcoming football season.  These classroom-style instructions and interactive football drills will take place in the Houston Methodist Training Center.

    Space is limited, so register today at!

  • Sun., May. 17, 2015 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM CDT Gridiron Gang Auditions

    Are you motivated, outgoing and passionate? Well then, we're looking for you to audition for the Houston Texans Gridiron Gang gameday entertainment team on Sunday, May 17 from 1-3pm at the Hosuton Methodist Training Center.

    For more info and to regsiter, click this link -

  • Thu., May. 21, 2015 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM CDT Texans Radio Live at Houston Texans Grille Stop by the Houston Texans Grille located at CityCentre (I-10 & Beltway 8) as Texans Radio broadcasts LIVE from 6pm - 7pm with special guests including Voice of the Texans, Marc Vandermeer!



2012 Texans Season in Review: Wide Receiver

Posted Feb 15, 2013

At the age of 31 and in his 10th NFL season, Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson had the best year of his stellar career in 2012.

Texans WR Andre Johnson crosses the goal line for the game-winning 48-yard touchdown in overtime against Jacksonville on Nov. 18, 2012, at Reliant Stadium.

Continuing a position-by-position look back at the Texans' 2012 season:

2012 Season in Review: QB | RB

At the age of 31 and in his 10th NFL season, Andre Johnson had the best year of his stellar career in 2012. The Texans' other four wide receivers combined for less than 1,000 yards as the Texans continued to search for a field-stretching complement to their star wideout.

Johnson, dogged all offseason by injury questions and speculation that his skills were diminishing, started every game and had a career-high 1,598 receiving yards, second in the NFL behind Calvin Johnson. He had 112 catches and four touchdowns en route to his sixth-career Pro Bowl selection. He joined Jerry Rice as the only player in NFL history to have 100 receptions and 1,500 yards receiving in his 10th season or later.

Johnson started out slow after missing nine games with hamstring injuries in 2011 and parts of the offseason with knee and groin injuries. In the first five games of the season, he had 17 catches for 283 yards (an average of 3.4 catches and 56.6 yards per game). Over the final 11 games, he had 95 catches for 1,315 yards (averages of 8.6 and 119.5). He had 12 catches for 157 yards in two playoff games.

Starting opposite Johnson in 14 games was Kevin Walter. The 10th-year veteran had 41 catches for 518 yards, ranking third on the team in both categories behind Johnson and tight end Owen Daniels, along with two touchdowns. Rookies DeVier Posey and Keshawn Martin and second-year receiver Lestar Jean combined for 22 catches for 323 yards and two touchdowns.

Posey, a third-round draft pick from Ohio State, emerged as a potential starter late in the season before tearing his Achilles in the Texans’ Divisional playoff loss at New England. He had six catches for 87 yards in the regular season and three catches for 87 yards and a touchdown in the playoffs.

Martin, a fourth-round pick from Michigan State, had 10 catches for 85 yards and a touchdown. He also had four carries for 53 yards. Jean, who spent his rookie season on injured reserve after going undrafted out of Florida Atlantic, had six catches for 151 yards (25.2 average), including a 54-yard touchdown at Tennessee in Week 13.

2012 Wide Receivers in Review - Quick Hits

Starters: Johnson (16 games 2 in playoffs), Walter (14 2 in playoffs), Martin (1), Jean (1)

Injuries: Posey (torn Achilles, Divisional Playoff game), Jean (knee, Weeks 4-5)

Notable number: 461: Receiving yards Johnson had in Weeks 11 and 12, an NFL record for receiving yards in back-to-back games. Johnson had 273 yards on 14 catches in an overtime thriller against Jacksonville on Nov. 18, followed by 188 yards on nine catches in a Nov. 22 overtime game at Detroit.

Best game: Week 11 vs. Jacksonville – Johnson had a career-high and franchise-record 14 catches for 273 yards and the game-winning touchdown in overtime at Reliant Stadium. It was the ninth-most receiving yards in a game in NFL history and the most since Terrell Owens had 283 in 2000. Six of Johnson’s 14 catches went for at least 20 yards – gains of 20, 22, 23, 35, 45 and 48. He had three catches for 73 yards on the first three plays of the game, seven catches for 132 yards by halftime and 12 catches for 214 yards at the end of regulation.

Best play: Week 11 vs. Jacksonville – Johnson capped the best game of his career with a walk-off 48-yard touchdown catch with 2:01 remaining in overtime, giving the Texans a 43-37 victory. Taking a screen pass from Matt Schaub near the right sideline, Johnson had room to run thanks to blocks by Walter and right tackle Derek Newton. He darted past the defense and strutted across the goal line before leaping into the stands in the north end zone.

Quotable: “That was the greatest day by a wide receiver I’ve ever been around. What a huge day. I don’t know if that one will ever be touched. That was special from the Texans’ standpoint.” – Texans coach Gary Kubiak on Nov. 18, after Johnson’s record-setting game against Jacksonville

“I’ve been telling you guys I’ve been feeling better and better every week. Maybe you guys will believe me after that.” – Johnson on Nov. 18

“Just that I love him. I love the way he plays.” – Schaub on Nov. 18, on what he said to Johnson after the game

“I’ve been fortunate to be with some Hall of Fame football players, and I think you’re looking at one all the time. I don’t think you really understand how great a player he is, but we’ll all understand here down the road when he’s not doing it anymore. He’s a special player, and a special person. He’s the ‘go’ for this team, and right now, he’s money. You can count on him.” – Kubiak on Dec. 16, after Johnson became the third-fastest player to 11,000 career receiving yards against Indianapolis at Reliant Stadium

“I don’t really get caught up in what people say. You have to go out and play. Just like people said I was old, but I finished second in the league in yards; it doesn’t matter what people say. You’ve got to go out and play the game.” – Johnson on Jan. 9, on the Texans being heavy underdogs for their upcoming playoff game at New England

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