Friday, October 31
Noon-1pm – Sonic Drive-In, 23802 Westheimer Pkwy, Katy, TX 77494
Proudly wear your Battle Red Texans gear to get a FREE corn dog (1/person) for this hour at this location
Houston Texans Cheerleaders signing autographs and taking pictures, as well as Battle Red Halloween candy
A nearly century old college football rivalry returns to NRG Stadium on Saturday, November 1st as the SFA Lumberjacks take on the Sam Houston Bearkats in the Battle of the Piney Woods presented by YP. Seats start at just $15.
Secure yours today by calling 832-667-2390 or at BOTPW.com.
Wine and dine with the Houston Texans players, Cheerleaders and Ambassadors at the sixth annual Taste of the Texans presented by BP, Monday, November 3rd in NRG Stadium.
Fans can sample signature dishes from more than 25 of Houston’s finest restaurants. Proceeds benefit The Houston Texans Foundation, Houston Methodist and the Houston Food Bank.
Be sure to secure your tickets today at HoustonTexans.com.
Meet Texans Ambassadors Danny Clark and J.J. Moses at the Verizon Cinco Ranch Store, 6645 S. Fry Rd., Katy, TX 77494.
Lots of Texans prizes & giveaways!
Player(s) subject to change.
Meet Texans center Chris Myers and guard Xavier Su’a-Filo at the Verizon I-10 East Store, 13740 East Fwy., Houston, TX 77015.
Lots of Texans prizes & giveaways!
Player(s) subject to change.
Have you ever dreamed of playing a round of golf with the Houston Texans Cheerleaders cheering you on? Now’s your chance! Sign up today at HoustonTexans.com for the annual Bulls and Birdies Golf Tournament supported by Bud Light at Wildcat Golf Club on Wednesday, November 12.
Friday, November 14
Noon-1pm – Jack in the Box, 8767 S. Main St., Houston, TX 77025
Proudly wear your Texans gear to get 2 FREE Tacos for this hour at this location
Houston Texans Cheerleaders signing autographs and taking pictures
Jack in the Box is going to be giving away 4 tickets to a Houston Texans home game and two autograph items
TRANSACTIONS: Selected by Houston Texans with the first pick in the second round (33rd overall) of 2014 NFL Draft.
CAREER AT UCLA:
• Started all 40 games that he suited up for at UCLA, starting 21 contests at left guard and 19 more at left tackle
• Recorded 43 touchdown-resulting blocks and 337 knockdowns
• Returned to the UCLA program in 2012 after serving two years on a Mormon Church mission to Alabama and Florida
• Fluent in Spanish and a former Eagle Scout
• Earned Freshman All-American honors in 2009
• Started 13 games as a freshman in 2009, was the team’s co-winner of the John Boncheff Jr. Memorial Award (rookie of the year) as he delivered 97 knockdowns and nine touchdown-resulting blocks
• Saw game action at left tackle but started all 14 games at left guard as a junior, earning All-American honors after he delivered 14 touchdown-resulting blocks in helping UCLA rank third in the Pac-12 Conference in total offense
• Inserted into the lineup seven times at left guard and in six others at left tackle in 2013
• Earned All-American first-team honors with 20 touchdown-resulting blocks, the most by a Bruin since Jonathan Ogden had 23 during his All-American 1995 campaign
• Shuffled back and forth between left guard and left tackle and he received All-American first-team honors from The NFL Draft Report and NFL.com, adding second-team accolades from the Associated Press, USA Today and Athlon Sports
• Awarded the Morris Trophy as the conference’s best offensive linemen in a vote of the conference’s defensive players, marking just the fourth time in school history that a Bruin received that award
• The first-team All-Pac 12 Conference choice was presented the N.N. Sugarman Award for Best Leadership on offense, the Henry R. “Red” Sanders Award for Most Valuable Player on offense and UCLA Captains Award at the team banquet
• Started the team’s first six games at left guard before shifting to left tackle for four games
• Returned to left guard vs. Arizona State and went back to left tackle for the season finale vs. USC and vs. Virginia Tech in the Sun Bowl
• Registered 22 touchdown-resulting blocks, the most in a season by a Bruins blocker since Jonathan Ogden made 23 during the 1995 campaign
• Led the team and ranked second in the Pac-12 with 126 knockdowns
• Cleared the way as the offense averaged 448.1 yards per game
• Made return to the gridiron after serving on a two-year church mission, earning All-American second-team recognition from The NFL Draft Report and Fox Sports-NXT, adding third-team honors from Associated Press and CSBSports.com while starting all 14 games at left guard
• Also saw some action at left tackle during the year, as the All-Pac 12 Conference selection by the league’s coaches recorded 114 knockdowns and 14 touchdown-resulting blocks
• Helped the Bruins could average 466.5 yards per game and amass at least 600 yards in three contests
• The Freshman All-American became the first true freshman in school history to start 13 games in a season and was also the first non-kicker true freshman to start a season-opener on offense at UCLA
• Honorable mention All-Pac-10 Conference choice and was named the co-winner of UCLA’s John Boncheff, Jr. Memorial Team Award for Rookie of the Year
• The left tackle recorded 97 knockdowns and nine touchdown-resulting blocks
• Attended Timpview (Provo, Ut.) High School, playing football for head coach Louis Wong
• Started on the offensive line since his sophomore season
• Earned Class 4A first-team All-State honors as a junior and senior
• Helped to lead his high school team to the state championships in 2006, 2007 and 2008 and a state record 36 consecutive wins
• The Parade Magazine, Prep Star and EA Sports first team All-American was selected to play in the Under Armour All-America game
• Rated the 11th-best offensive lineman in the nation by Super Prep and was rated the best offensive guard in the West by Scout.com (third in the nation)
• Selected second-team All-American and first-team Medium Schools All-American byMaxPreps
• Long Beach Press-Telegram Best in the West selection
• Named Utah State 4A Offensive Player of the Year in 2008
• Blocked a punt in the 2008 State Championship game which led to a momentum-shifting score
• Son of Candida and Paul Su’a-Filo
• Born Xavier Filoitumua Su’a-Filo on 1/1/91 in American Fork, Utah
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