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Case Keenum presented the 2014 Youth of the Year award at the Boys and Girls Club.
The Houston Texans hosted the Houston Community College and Houston Texans “Scholarships for Service” reception Tuesday night. Seventeen scholarships were distributed to HCC for Veterans in the Houston area.
Some of the top high school players in the area participated in the NFL Prep 100 Series at the Houston Texans Methodist Training Center this past weekend.
For every point the Texans scored on special teams this season, Mustang CAT donated to Brookwood Community, a nonprofit residential facility and vocational program for functionally disabled adults.
Tight end Phillip Supernaw had some fun with elementary students during a recent Play 60 event.
Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson hosted his inaugural Celebrity Golf Classic at the Golf Club of Houston. The charitable event benefited the Houston Area Women’s Center, an organization dedicated to helping individuals affected by domestic and sexual violence in their efforts to move forward.
Houston Texans left tackle Duane Brown celebrated with West University Elementary for their success participating in the Souper Bowl of Caring.
HTC Caitlyn explains how Texans fans made it possible for one local high school student to take her to prom.
Reading With The Pros is an hour of children’s reading by Texans guard Wade Smith and other NFL players who are also committed to encouraging childhood literacy and education through the Wade Smith Foundation.
Center Chris Myers helped with a surprise homecoming for one family at the Houston Texans Grille Tuesday night.
The Houston Texans and 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.
Nearly 500 student-athletes representing 120 area high schools participated in the Greater Houston Senior Football Showcase, an event for local area high school seniors who did not sign Division I scholarship letters.
Matt Schaub, BHP Billiton and the Houston Texans YMCA teamed up to an honor a local man who's given back to the community.