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Texans QB Hoyer will start Sunday against Saints

Texans head coach Bill O'Brien confirmed Monday that quarterback Brian Hoyer has cleared concussion protocol and will start against the New Orleans Saints on Sunday.

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Texans earn third straight win with 24-17 victory over Jets

The Houston Texans face their former quarterback, Ryan Fitzpatrick, on Sunday as the New York Jets  visit NRG Stadium. T.J. Yates gets the start at QB for the Texans.

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Texans' Hoyer out, Yates to start at QB vs. Jets

Houston Texans QB Brian Hoyer is out for Sunday's game vs. the New York Jets after he suffered a concussion in the Texans Monday Night Football win over Cincinnati.

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Houston Texans claim QB Brandon Weeden off waivers from Dallas Cowboys

Just two days after starting QB Brian Hoyer was injured, the Texans claimed QB Brandon Weeden off waivers from the Dallas Cowboys.

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Freebie Alert: Free food & drink, thanks to Houston Texans win!

The Houston Texans' win means you can score several freebies this week.

Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton not happy with JJ Watt's comments

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton is firing back after a playful jab from Texans defensive end J.J. Watt following Monday night’s game.

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Texans pull upset, hand Bengals first loss in 10-6 win

The Bengals will be trying to keep pace with New England and Carolina as the only unbeaten teams in the NFL tonight.

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Dalton wants to make it two in a row over hometown Texans

The previous time Andy Dalton played in his hometown, he left without his jersey.

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Hoyer, Texans face big challenge in undefeated Bengals

In his seventh NFL season, Brian Hoyer is thrilled to get his first start in a Monday night game when the Houston Texans visit Cincinnati.

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Colts QB Luck out 2-6 weeks with kidney, muscle injuries

Colts quarterback Andrew Luck is expected to miss two to six weeks after sustaining a lacerated kidney and torn abdominal muscle in the fourth quarter of Sunday's victory over Denver.

Ex-NFL player holds up sign asking Houston Texans for job

A former professional football player holds up a sign outside NRG Stadium, asking the Texans for a job.

NFL: HERO defeat won't affect 2017 Super Bowl in Houston

The National Football League is responding the day after an ordinance that would have established nondiscrimination protections for gay and transgender people in Houston failed to win approval from voters.

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