The man that made the most famous catch in NFL history from the most famous QB in the history of the game has died from ALS at age 61.
A great read at Sports Illustrated about the last meeting of the 1980’s 49ers with Clark. I have the utmost respect for Eddie Debartolo. It sounds like this guy really was what added to the magic of those Niners teams in my childhoods. He totally gets it from an owner standpoint.
My prayers go out to the Clark family. I cannot believe how fast ALS broke him down. As humans we must pray for a cure for this terrifying disease.
This is interesting, I would bet that Carson Wentz and Nick Foles for instance; were Trump voters.
The Chris Long’s, Malcolm Jenkins’ types are such a part of this problem.
The World Champions are a disrespectful group that do not care about alienating their customers. I cannot wait to root against them for their embarrassing bullshit in 2018.
It’s always nice to see this, it’s as voted by his peers.
So I guess this is cool.
Terrell Owens will be on the cover of Madden ’19, or at least the Hall of Fame version of the cover.
This should be great – as more details on the game continue to unfold – we will make them available. When we buy the game and start our franchise with the Houston Texans, we will document some of the games right here.
It’s almost Memorial Day. Here are the NFL links of the day as we head into Memorial Day weekend. It won’t be long until football is here.
- Richie Incognito’s CTE hardware system clearly short-circutied. [Deadspin]
- Donald Trump and America win on the anthem policy. [Pro Football Talk]
- Deshaun Watson’s knee is feeling well story hits the mainstream. [NFL.com]
- Doug Baldwin is an ‘Earth is Flat’ type. [PFT]
- Could the new kickoff rules help the Texans? [Battle Red Blog]
Deshaun Watson’s knee is doing just fine. That was the report from minicamp, when he was in pads for the first time since the injury last season that cut his record setting rookie season short.
“My knee feels [good and] comfortable,” Watson said. “[It was great] to be able to go out there and throw and do some things out there and get the timing down with the receivers. … Just to actually get back out here with the group, with the team, with the whole offense and being able to just get back to the basics of football and build that chemistry and just build that leadership and that trust within each other.”
Stay hot out there kid. Get feeling good, never suffer another injury in your long career. Sky is the limit.
And if you’re the Texans. Just put weapons around the kid, every signing, every pick. Build the O-line, protect the investment, and continue to put guys around him that he can make better. Draft playmakers!
I’m finally back from New Jersey. It feels good to be home from a long two-day trip. Up late at night and blogging about the Texans, just like I should be.
Couple of links:
- Deshaun Watson will officially participate in mini-camp. [USA Today Texans Wire]
- Adam Schein of NFL.com said that the Texans are going to make the playoffs. We wholeheartedly agree with this. [NFL.com]
- I listened to Brady Quinn tonight talk about how an NFL play-caller can make or break a young QB’s career. It’s important to note that Bill O’Brien is the guy holding the keys to the Texans offense, and to read up on what O’Brien’s system is. [Houston Chronicle]
- J.J. Watt will pay for the funerals of the latest school shooting. [Pro Football Talk]
- One of our favorite Watson games so far, against the Chiefs on Sunday Night Football. The Texans lost; but Watson just kept attacking and attacking. Look at these damn throws! [YouTube]