Burglary charge dropped against Houston Texans running back Darius Anderson after ex-girlfriend accused him of breaking into her home: DA
Houston Texans practice-squad running back, Darius Anderson, was charged with burglary of a habitation on Friday, according to Harris County court records and the Houston Texans.
Former Houston Texan Whitney Mercilus and friends pouring ‘Cocktails 4 A Cause’ to raise money for annual back-to-school event | HOUSTON LIFE | KPRC 2
Former Houston Texans linebacker Whitney Mercilus will be stepping behind the bar this evening for his annual ‘Cocktails For a Cause’ event, raising awareness and money for his ‘WithMerci’ foundation. Whitney along with some of his celebrity friends (Jonathan Joseph, Chester Pitts, Jonathan Wells and Brian Ching just to name a few) will be pouring drinks at Ouzo Bay in the River Oaks District tonight to raise funds for its annual back-to-school event ‘Returning 2 Learning.’ For tickets and info on tonight’s event, log onto www.withmerci.org.
30 women alleging sexual misconduct against Deshaun Watson settle claims with Houston Texans organization
All of the women who have made, or intended to make, claims against the Houston Texans organization for its alleged role involving the reported sexually misconduct of former Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson have resolved their claims, Houston attorney Tony Buzbee announced Friday. The terms of the settlements, to include the amounts paid each, are confidential.
PHOTOS: Houston Texans unveil new ‘Battle Red’ helmet for 2022 season
The Houston Texans today unveiled a new Battle Red Helmet that will be worn during the 2022 Season. Paying homage to the one of the franchise’s three iconic colors, the team will don the new helmet when they take on the Philadelphia Eagles on Battle Red Day presented by Mattress Firm on Nov. 3 at NRG Stadium.
Houston Texans raise $400,000 for Uvalde community after Robb Elementary shooting
The Houston Texans have always raised money for the community. On Wednesday, they announced they've raised a total of $400,000 for those in Uvalde in the wake of the Robb Elementary School shooting that killed 19 students and two teachers.