2021 Season

2021 Schedule
David Culley impressed with rookie QB Mills in first-team reps (0:19)
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3dSarah Barshop

Culley: 'Very professional' Watson not distraction

Deshaun Watson was "very professional about everything" on the first day of Texans training camp, according to coach David Culley, who says the QB's presence has "not been a distraction at all."

What would getting Cobb mean for Rodgers and the Packers? (0:52)
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Will Texans let Deshaun Watson practice during training camp? (1:22)
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4dSarah Barshop

NFL: No restrictions on Watson at Texans camp

Deshaun Watson has no restrictions on his activities at the Texans' training camp despite the 22 active lawsuits against him, said the NFL; its investigation into the quarterback is ongoing.

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4dRob Demovsky

Source: WR Cobb expects trade back to Packers

Wide receiver Randall Cobb expects to be traded by the Texans to the Packers, where he will reunite with quarterback Aaron Rodgers, a source told ESPN.

Booger: Deshaun Watson's presence is the definition of a distraction (2:11)
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Rodgers nearing a return to Green Bay for now...

On this edition of NFL Live Adam Schefter breaks the news that Aaron Rodgers may be nearing a new deal with Green Bay and could report to camp on Tuesday. All the latest updates on the Packers future and more.

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5dJohn Barr

Lawyer: 10 police complaints filed vs. Watson

Amid trade talks, Texans QB Deshaun Watson faces more legal trouble. Ten women, including two new accusers, have filed complaints against Watson with Houston police.

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5dSarah Barshop

Sources: Texans now willing to trade QB Watson

The Texans are willing to trade quarterback Deshaun Watson, sources confirmed to ESPN's Sarah Barshop. Houston has spoken with other teams but doesn't feel it has received a serious offer, sources said.

Will the Texans move on from Deshaun Watson? (1:03)
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What to make of Deshaun Watson reporting to Texans camp (2:24)
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6dSarah Barshop

Source: Watson reports to Texans to avoid fine

Deshaun Watson, seeking to avoid a $50,000 daily fine, reported to Texans training camp Sunday, according to sources, amid his request to be traded and the 22 active lawsuits filed against him that allege sexual assault and inappropriate behavior.

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Team Stats

Passing Yards283.64th
Rushing Yards91.631st
Points For24.018th
Points Against29.06th