‘There’s no better cook than my wife’ - Texans head coach David Culley breaks down his ultimate Thanksgiving feast in this KPRC 2 Insider Extra
Houston Texans head coach David Culley has been blessed with having a lot of good cooks in the family, but right now he says there’s no better cook than his wife.
When is Tyrod Taylor coming back? Likely not for a few more weeks, Texans say
In the wake of Davis Mills' not-so-great performance in Sunday's historic Houston Texans loss, head coach David Culley said Monday it still may be a few more weeks before starting quarterback Tyrod Taylor can return to the lineup.
David Culley confirms: Deshaun Watson’s not playing Thursday
One day after saying “we’ll have to see” in response to a question regarding Deshaun Watson’s status heading into the Houston Texans’ next game, head coach David Culley started his Monday press availability by being definitive: Watson will be deactivated this week and will not play in Thursday’s game against Carolina.
Texans’ Deshaun Watson versus Jane Doe: Inside the lawsuit filed by massage therapist
The lawsuit, filed in Harris County District Court, claims Watson contacted the massage therapist via Instagram to set up an appointment. Watson said he wanted the massage to focus on his groin area and that she only use her hands, the lawsuit says. AdThe lawsuit claims he eventually exposed himself from underneath a towel and touched her with his penis. The massage therapist is seeking “minimal compensatory damages” and has “suffered mental anguish as a result of Watson’s behavior,” the lawsuit reads. The lawsuit says she has suffered panic attacks and suffers from depression and anxiety – all of which she is seeking counseling to address, the lawsuit claims.
Head Coach David Culley Claims Deshaun Watson is "Committed" To Houston Texans
^ Keep Houston Press Free Support Us LocalCommunityJournalismI Support Support the independent voice of Houston and help keep the future of Houston Press free. Support UsFor the first time since being introduced as the fourth full time head coach in Houston Texans franchise history, David Culley met with the media on Thursday afternoon. Whatever the case, the money shot from the press conference was this exchange with Adam Wexler of SportsTalk 790:Yikes. Anyone with a working internet connection knows that Deshaun Watson is far from committed to the Texans at this point. He just doesn't seem like a head coach, and worse, he's a first time head coach who has been plunked down into an unprecedented, impossible situation.houstonpress.com
Texans head coach reiterates commitment to Deshaun Watson
FILE - In this Dec. 27, 2020, file photo, Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson throws a pass during an NFL football game against the Cincinnati Bengals in Houston. New Houston Texans coach David Culley reiterated Thursday, March 11, 2021, that the team has no intention of trading Watson, despite the star quarterbacks request to be dealt. (AP Photo/Matt Patterson, File)HOUSTON – Houston Texans new head coach David Culley held a press conference Thursday on what was supposed to be scouting combine talk. “I don’t know about him not wanting to be a Houston Texan, what I hear from the outside. “Well, he’s a Houston Texan.
Culley on possible Watson trade: "He is our quarterback."
FILE - In this Dec. 27, 2020, file photo, Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson throws a pass during an NFL football game against the Cincinnati Bengals in Houston. New Houston Texans coach David Culley reiterated Thursday, March 11, 2021, that the team has no intention of trading Watson, despite the star quarterbacks request to be dealt. “We are very committed to Deshaun as our quarterback,” Culley said. Culley said they do not have a contingency plan at quarterback if Watson decides to hold out if he isn’t traded. Asked if Watson was committed to him and the team, Culley replied: “Yes, he is.”When pushed about how he knows that, Culley didn’t provide any details indicating Watson has told him that.
Texans debut new web series, ‘Building the Texans’
(AP Photo)HOUSTON – The Texans have debuted a web series titled, “Building the Texans.”On the team’s website, Texans writer Drew Dougherty described the series as a “peek behind the curtain” of the franchise. I know Texans fans will read that and say “who cares? In future episodes, I would like to see more dialogue with scouts, and perhaps video draft preparation; similar to the five-part web series the Colts released in 2019. AdThe Texans are clearly aware that their image is a mess, but let’s be honest; fans aren’t likely to care about a web series if Deshaun Watson leaves and Jack Easterby continues to make decisions. What the web series does indicate?
Houston Texans star J.J. Watt and team "mutually" agree to part ways
J.J. Watt and the Houston Texans have "mutually agreed to part ways," ending the tenure of the face of the franchise and adding another huge change to an offseason filled with upheaval. I want to thank the McNair family for drafting me and giving me my first opportunity in the NFL. Thank you, Houston." Watt said Houston fans have always treated him like family -- except draft night when they booed him, he joked -- and he truly feels like they're part of his family. "The city of Houston has been unbelievable to me," Watt said.cbsnews.com
The Four Most Important Action Items For New Texans HC David Culley
^ Keep Houston Press Free Support Us LocalCommunityJournalismI Support Support the independent voice of Houston and help keep the future of Houston Press free. (See: Mercilus, Whitney)However, this is the path that Cal McNair, Nick Caserio, and (mostly, methinks) Jack Easterby have chosen. It is the David Culley Show, and Deshaun Watson or no Deshaun Watson, there is work to be done. They HAVE to get the offensive line coach hire right, if the goal is to get back to the playoffs in 2021. Repair the Deshaun Watson relationshipThis looms over everything.houstonpress.com
Tensions Rising Between Deshaun Watson and the Houston Texans
^ Keep Houston Press Free Support Us LocalCommunityJournalismI Support Support the independent voice of Houston and help keep the future of Houston Press free. pic.twitter.com/aG3NgowDNq — Rivers McCown (@riversmccown) January 29, 2021And this from new head coach Culley:David Culley: "Deshaun Watson is a Houston Texan. He's the quarterback of the Houston Texans ... He is a Houston Texan, and I want him to be a Houston Texan, and the reason I'm in this position today is because I knew he's going to be a Houston Texan." He will only play for the Houston Texans.houstonpress.com
Texans introduce new coach Culley to chorus of Watson questions
HOUSTON – For the second straight press conference, questions about the future of Deshaun Watson with the Houston Texans dominated the conversation. David Culley, who officially became the fourth head coach in franchise history, and new General Manager Nick Caserio, shared thoughts on the Watson’s rumors. Whether or not Culley ends up being the right coach for the job, building around a franchise quarterback makes his job easier. And I did know at that point Deshaun Watson’s a Houston Texan. “The reason I’m in this position today is that I knew he’s going to be a Houston Texan.
More interviews didn’t equal more minority hirings in NFL
(AP Photo)(AP) – The NFL expanded the Rooney Rule to give more minority candidates opportunities to become a head coach and reward teams who develop them. The Houston Texans hired David Culley this week, making the 65-year-old longtime assistant the league’s third Black head coach hired. Culley and Saleh join Pittsburgh’s Mike Tomlin, Miami’s Brian Flores and Washington’s Ron Rivera as the league’s only minority head coaches. “We didn’t make as much progress on the head coaching side as we would have liked,” Rooney said. AdPerhaps an increase in minority executives will lead to more minority head coaches.
Houston Texans introduce Head Coach David Culley
HOUSTON – David Culley became the coach of the Houston Texans believing Deshaun Watson would be his quarterback. “The reason I’m in this position today is because I knew he’s going to be a Houston Texan," Culley said. The only other minority candidate who was hired as a head coach this offseason was the New York Jets’ Robert Saleh, the league’s first Muslim head coach. “We have added a very well respected and experienced member to our Texans' family in our new head coach, David Culley," McNair said. The 65-year-old Culley becomes the fourth coach in Texans history, replacing Bill O’Brien, who was fired after the team opened the season 0-4.
Four Thoughts on Deshaun Watson's Trade Request
^ Keep Houston Press Free Support Us LocalCommunityJournalismI Support Support the independent voice of Houston and help keep the future of Houston Press free. Then came the reports yesterday that indeed, it was confirmed that Deshaun Watson HAS requested a trade. Because I was a mess all over again processing the REAL trade request, even more than I was during the RUMORED trade request. For now, here are my thoughts on this inexcusable, infuriating place that the Texans have put themselves with Deshaun Watson. There will not be any trade proposals, or hypotheticals about what to do with Deshaun Watson.houstonpress.com
Who is David Culley?
HOUSTON – The Houston Texans are finalizing a deal with Baltimore Ravens assistant head coach and passing game coordinator David Culley to become the team’s new head coach. Culley began his coaching career at various colleges around Tennessee before moving to Texas and working at UTEP and Texas A&M. Most recently, Culley coached quarterbacks in Buffalo from 2017-2018, then receivers again in Baltimore for the past two seasons. David Culley, traveling to Houston on Tuesday for his second job interview with Texans, coached Deshaun Watson in the Pro Bowl last year as part of Ravens' coaching staff. Watson had reportedly asked the Texans to hire Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy, who coincidentally coached with Culley.
Houston Texans Set to Name David Culley Next Head Coach
^ Keep Houston Press Free Support Us LocalCommunityJournalismI Support Support the independent voice of Houston and help keep the future of Houston Press free. Last week, former Lions and Colts head coach Jim Caldwell had his second interview, and first with new GM Nick Caserio. To be clear: The #Texans have offered the job to #Ravens assistant head coach David Culley and he’ll accept it. Houston has a new head coach. VOTE: — Sean Pendergast (@SeanTPendergast) January 21, 2021#Penderpoll for #Texans fans ... would you approve of a hire of Ravens WR coach DAVID CULLEY as next Texans head coach?houstonpress.com
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TikTok user breaks down environmental racism in Harris County Apparently, some people believe environmental racism is a myth — and Frederick Lewis is not...Ted Cruz encounters his first burned bridge of 2021 The senator is not having a good time on Twitter lately. What you should know about Texans' new coach David Culley David Culley is known as a players' coach and even worked well with Terrell Owens.chron.com
Texans expected to hire Ravens’ David Culley as new head coach
HOUSTON – The Houston Texans have offered the job of head coach to David Culley. They are moving forward and finalizing a deal tonight with David Culley who had his 2nd interview this morning. currently the Ravens Asst Head Coach . — Randy McIlvoy (@KPRC2RandyMc) January 28, 2021.#Texans David Culley is 65 and been in the league 27 years , also in early 90's was WR Coach at Texas A&M under R.C. Culley has worked as an NFL assistant since 1994, also spending time with Tampa Bay, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Kansas City and Buffalo.
NFL Head Coach Hires, FOMO Factor for Houston Texans
^ Keep Houston Press Free Support Us LocalCommunityJournalismI Support Support the independent voice of Houston and help keep the future of Houston Press free. Support UsIf I could describe the ongoing Houston Texans' head coaching search — 114 days and counting, like a hostage crisis! This means they had a head start on every other team seeking a head coach. Yet, here we sit, in late January, and six other teams have fired their head coach and hired his replacement, and here the Texans are still farting around with second interviews for multiple candidates this week:The #Texans head coach schedule:— #Bills DC Leslie Frazier has his 2nd interview tomorrow. Let's go in chronological order of hiring:URBAN MEYER, JacksonvilleThe first head coach off the board was, by far, the biggest name, and the coach that I have wanted all along for the Houston Texans.houstonpress.com