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2021 Texans Draft

Texans Inner Circle and Fan of the Year
The Texans welcomed five players to Houston during the 2021 NFL Draft, but we could not have done it without the help of local teachers in our Inner Circle that traveled to Cleveland and the Texans Fan of the Year, Two Cans Dan, who announced our final pick.

The Houston Texans 2021 Inner Circle is comprised of our dedicated Season Ticket Members hand selected out of hundreds of nominations that are teachers and are fully vaccinated. These members received a free trip to the NFL Draft in Cleveland and will be a part of exclusive experiences.

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Military Combine presented by Miller Lite
The Houston Texans and Miller Lite hosted 20 military members and their families from the USO at the Houston Methodist Training Center to celebrate the 2021 NFL Draft and Month of the Military Child. Houston Texans Co-Founder and Senior Chair Janice S. McNair, CEO and Chairman Cal McNair, Vice President of the Texans Foundation Hannah McNair, Texans DB Keion Crossen, Texans Legends Matt Murphy, Moran Norris, Fred Weary and Mike Quinn, TORO and Cheerleaders stopped by to visit with the families and thank them for all they do.

The Houston Texans and Miller Lite hosted 20 military members and their families from the USO at the Houston Methodist Training Center to celebrate the 2021 NFL Draft and Month of the Military Child. Houston Texans Co-Founder and Senior Chair Janice S. McNair, CEO and Chairman Cal McNair, Vice President of the Texans Foundation Hannah McNair, DB Keion Crossen, Texans Legends Matt Murphy, Moran Norris, Fred Weary and Mike Quinn, TORO and Cheerleaders stopped by to visit with the families and thank them for all they do.

McNair Family Draft Pick
After visiting with families at the Military Combine, Houston Texans Co-Founder and Senior Chair Janice S. McNair, CEO and Chairman Cal McNair, Vice President of the Texans Foundation Hannah McNair and their son announced the Texans fourth 2021 NFL Draft pick.

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Texans 2021 Schedule Release

The Houston Texans partnered with TikTok Star Alissa, also known as the "Fried Rice Artist," to design artwork made out of colored rice to represent each of the Texans 2021 Opponents.

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Sensory Bin Donation
As for leftovers, there were none in the making of the Texans 2021 schedule release! We used the grains of colored rice to assemble educational sensory bins for kids. These bins not only include rice from the video shoot, but also Texans fidget spinners, Texans casino chips, Texans football player figures and coins.

To unveil the Texans 2021 schedule, Fried Rice Artist Alissa tossed a piece of artwork to represent each of the Texans opponents. After the rice had been tossed, we collected the grains of colored rice and added Texans fidget spinners, coins and football player figures to assemble educational sensory bins for kids.

TORO and Roderick Johnson delivered the sensory bins to the YMCA Children's Academy at Texas Medical Center.

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Texans Care Volunteer Day presented by Chevron

Hundreds of fans, Texans players, Legends, Houston Texans Cheerleaders, TORO and staff members volunteered together at sites across the City of Houston.

  • Boys and Girls Club of Greater Houston and the Chevron Market Pantry | Justin Reid, Jacob Martin, Wade Smith, Earl Mitchell and Fred Weary joined Houston Texans Cheerleaders, TORO and volunteers at the Boys & Girls Club – Havard Club location helped to distribute much needed food items to nearly 700 surrounding community members through the Chevron Market Pantry.
  • Houston Food Bank presented by BMW | Eric Murray, Chester Pitts and Moran Norris joined, TORO, Houston Texans Cheerleaders and more than 150 volunteers came out to sort and package 28,635 meals to help feed Houston with the Houston Food Bank, BMW and Ashley HomeStore.
  • Hermann Park presented by Miller Lite | Jon Weeks, Anthony Hill, Houston Texans Cheerleaders and fans helped to spread seven yards of soil, remove 12 shrubs and remove trash across two acres in preparation for the new dog park being built on Hermann Park's grounds to provide a healthier environment for our community canines.
  • United Way Drive-Thru Donation Drop-Off presented by Apache Corporation | The United Way offered an opportunity for Texans fans to volunteer right from their car! At this drive-thru donation drop-off site, fans dropped off supplies that Buddy Howell, Tim Jamison and volunteers packaged into supply kits for the Houston Area Women's Center (HAWC). With everyone's help we packaged more than 100 supply kits!

Houston Texans Charity Golf Classic presented by BMW

The Houston Texans Charity Golf Classic presented by BMW raised over $350,000 for the Houston Texans Foundation, directly benefiting the Champions for Youth initiative.

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Houston Fire Station 55 Donation

The Texans surprised Houston Fire Station 55 on Tuesday, May 4 to celebrate International Firefighters' Day and to thank them for their service during this challenging time. Cal and Hannah McNair, TORO, Cheerleaders and Legend Cecil Shorts III provided the firefighters with lunch and presented them with a framed #55 jersey for their new #55 station!

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Jack Yates High School Athletic Field Donation

The Texans, the NFL Foundation and the Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) awarded $450,000 to renovate and resurface the high school football field located at Jack Yates High School. The project seeks to address the shortage of clean, safe and accessible athletic fields in Third Ward Houston.

The Texans also announced that they will be donating their artificial playing surface from NRG Stadium to be installed at Yates for this project, providing an extra in-kind donation valued at $1,250,000, and continuing the tradition of donating the Texans former playing surface to a community cause. The donation and installation of the turf is in partnership with the Harris County Sports & Convention Corporation-NRG Park, Harris County Precinct One Commissioner Rodney Ellis and Hellas Construction, Inc.

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2021 Houston Texans Flag Football at the YMCA Kickoff

Boys and girls, ages 6 to 11, who registered for Houston Texans Flag Football at the YMCA played their first of six games on Saturday, April 10. All kids registered learned about the fundamentals of flag football in a fun environment with their peers. Take a look at the action!

Boys and girls, ages 6 to 11, who registered for Houston Texans Flag Football at the YMCA played their first of six games on Saturday, April 10. All kids registered learned about the fundamentals of flag football in a fun environment with their peers. Take a look at the action!

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