October 19, 2004
Upcoming Foundation events
October 19, 2004
The Houston Texans hosted their 16th annual Senior Showcase fueled by Gatorade on Saturday. High school football players had another chance to strut their stuff in front of college coaches from around the country.
Friends University Offensive Coordinator Eric Kelly reflects on how the Texans Senior Showcase fueled by Gatorade gave him the opportunity he needed to play college football.
Fans that wear Texans gear and post on social media could win a ton of prizes, including tickets to the playoff game on Saturday!
The Houston Texans awarded 15 local non-profit organizations with funds through the Inspire Change grant.
Texans host first flag football showcase for female student-athletes in Texas.
Several Houston Texans gave to the less fortunate in the community during this week of Thanksgiving.
The Houston Texans players joined together with members of the front office to make 2,500 kits that promoted science and math for local elementary school students.
More than $50,000 was awarded to seven Black, Outstanding Leaders and Doers across the community
The Houston Texans wore orange shirts during Wednesday's OTA practice as a show of their continued support of the Uvalde community and in honor of National Gun Violence Awareness Day on Friday.
The Houston Texans launched the 11th annual Texans Care Volunteer Day, a city-wide event where Houston Texans Chair and CEO Cal McNair and Vice President of the Houston Texans Foundation Hannah McNair, as well as Texans players, Legends, Cheerleaders and TORO will give back alongside Texans fans.
The Houston Texans announced the launch of a Girls FLAG Football Program in collaboration with NFL FLAG and Nike.