As part of the Houston Texans annual “Shop with a Texan” event, each kid was given $200 to spend on whatever they please in just 35 minutes, but with such a task, they were each given a trusty steed: a Texans rookie.
The Houston Texans and the Boys & Girls Club opened the doors to the new Houston Texans Teen Center. The club will serve teens ages 14-18 and was made possible through a $750,000 donation from the Houston Texans Foundation.
The Houston Texans set a record at their eighth annual Taste of the Texans, raising over $355,000 to benefit the Houston Texans Foundation, the Houston Food Bank and the Houston Methodist Hospital.
A group of over 200 service members and veterans enjoyed an authentic Texans tailgate BBQ before meeting the Houston Texans.
The Houston Texans awarded $40,000 worth of grants to local youth football leagues on Wednesday night at the Houston Methodist Training Center.
TORO, Charles James II and Texas Children’s Hospital representatives traveled to The Woodlands to teach the importance of getting fit and staying healthy with our ‘Get Fit with TORO’ event.
Hula hoop competitions, jump rope contests, giraffe-feeding, agility ladders, ball games and more. Monday morning’s NFL Hometown Huddle event at the Houston Zoo had it all.
The Houston Texans and Texas Children’s Hospital were proud to award $50,000 in PLAY 60 grants to six local schools.
Texans DE Devon Still visited patients, signed autographs and offered encouragement to kids battling cancer Tuesday morning at Texas Children's Hospital.
The Texans are committed to player safety and concussion awareness.
On Tuesday, the Texans launched the first Houston Texans Stats Challenge presented by Schlumberger at Bowie Middle School.
What’s better than watching the Texans play on a Sunday? Getting a chance to eat lunch with them on a Tuesday!
Football safety doesn’t start with the players. It starts with the coaches.
The Texans safety spent Wednesday evening at the second annual Houston Texans Play Safe Moms Clinic presented by GE and Houston Methodist. Demps, a father of four, shared his story with Houston mothers and encouraged their kids to play football.
The 4th annual Texans Care Volunteer Day saw 1000's of Houstonians gather at area charities to give back.