On Thursday, the Houston Super Bowl host committee unveiled the city’s first countdown clock in a ceremony outside NRG Stadium.
Texans players and Lady Texans took their talents to the runway for a fashion show charity event to benefit "Dec My Room."
Houston Texans LB Brian Peters and LS Jon Weeks, TORO, and Houston Texans Cheerleaders paid a visit to the heart floor at Texas Children's Hospital to help spread love with a Valentine's Day themed party.
WR Cecil Shorts III was the Whataburger Community Player of the Year in 2015, and he ate lunch with a contest winner recently in the Texans Cafeteria.
On Tuesday, the Houston Texans awarded Burnett Elementary with a $10,000 PLAY 60 grant. To celebrate, Texans players LB Brian Peters and LB John Simon, along with Texan Cheerleaders paid a visit to talk about the importance of getting 60 minutes of play a day, and to participate in some PLAY 60 drills.
Since 1990, young people have been leading the charge and inspiring others to collect dollars and food weeks leading up to the Big Game. Teaming up with local partners, these groups give 100% of donations to local charities, changing the nation's largest weekend of football into the largest weekend of caring.
The Houston Texans, Toro, Texans Ambassadors, and cheerleaders hosted a pep rally in CityCentre this Thursday.
Texans ambassadors, TORO, and the Houston Texans Cheerleaders visited Texas Children's Hospital and Houston Methodist to spread some #TexansPlayoffs cheer!
Brian Cushing and the Brian Cushing Foundation gave a helping hand over the holiday season to veterans.
Dear Drew films a holiday version of the mailbag.
Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt joins "NFL Total Access" to discuss his nomination for the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award and the Odell Beckham-Josh Norman scuffle.
Jon and Amanda Weeks hosted their 4th annual Christmas Shopping Spree for 15 foster care children from Child Advocates, along with Texan players: Nick Novak, Max Bullough, John Simon, Brian Peters, Whitney Mercilus, Akeem Dent, Jared Crick, Shane Lechler, Jay Prosch, Cecil Shorts III, Andre Hal, Justin Tuggle, Ben Jones and Texans Cheerleaders.
J.J. Watt was recently featured on the NBC Today Show, as he participated in a 'Together we make football' segment.
Whataburger and the Houston Texans celebrated the Community Player of the Year finalists, Texans TE Garrett Graham, CB Johnathan Joseph, CB Kareem Jackson, and WR Cecil Shorts, by giving fans an opportunity to meet their favorite players at a Whataburger. In addition, Whataburger donated $4,000 to each player's chosen charity along with an additional $4,000 to the Community Player of the Year winner's charity, resulting in a total of $20,000.
The Houston Texans and Battle Red Ladies gathered at Palais Royal this week to do some Christmas shopping, wine tasting, meet LB Whitney Mercilus, and more.