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December 4, 2014 | BY TOM MAHON, Daily News Staff Writer mahont@phillynews.com
OUR FAVORITE wide receiver - who's not an Eagle - is the Texans' Andre Johnson. Yesterday, Johnson hosted his eighth annual shopping spree for a dozen children from the Harris County Department of Protective Services. "You can go through the store and get whatever you want," Johnson said, according to the Houston Chronicle. "I'll pay for it. Have a Merry Christmas. " The children, who met with Johnson at a Toys R Us near NRG Stadium, were given an empty shopping cart and 80 seconds (Johnson's uniform number)
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December 19, 2008
MANY OF US are grizzled fantasy veterans; hardened cynics who feel that if Steven Jackson isn't going to break 100 yards, he might as well break his ankle. We don't get too excited when Denver's Eddie Royal gets 146 yards in Week 1 or too down when Minnesota's Adrian Peterson has only 32 in Week 5. As such, hearing the perspective of a fantasy rookie is almost like watching a child at Christmas and the unbridled joy as the day unfolds. Mike Mondrosch, a 39-year-old resident of Fox Chase, took the fantasy plunge this season.
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January 8, 2012 | Associated Press
The Houston Texans turned to their kids, then to their stars, to win the first playoff appearance in franchise history, a 31-10 rout of the bungling Cincinnati Bengals. Rookie J.J. Watt's leaping interception return for a touchdown late in the first half propelled the Texans in Saturday's AFC wild-card game. Third-string quarterback T.J. Yates, another rookie pressed into action, threw a 40-yard touchdown pass to Andre Johnson, and Arian Foster followed with his second touchdown of the game, a 42-yard run in the fourth quarter, to finish off the Bengals (9-8)
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August 25, 2011 | By Ed Barkowitz, Philadelphia Daily News
SCOUTING REPORT Danny Amendola, St. Louis: The thought is he could become the Wes Welker new offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels had in New England. Thing is, Amendola already is. He had 85 catches last year, but for only 689 yards. Miles Austin, Dallas: Numbers slipped across the board last year after Tony Romo (collarbone) got hurt. But Romo has had a good camp and Austin's value is up. Dwayne Bowe, Kansas City: He will have to find consistency to take that next step up the wide receiver food chain.
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August 27, 2009 | by Ed Barkowitz
Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals: Ran an offseason camp in his hometown near Minneapolis that attracted a number of current players, plus retired guys Jerry Rice and Cris Carter. Fitzgerald takes being football's best wide receiver seriously. Andre Johnson, Texans: Love the chemistry he's developed with Matt Schaub. In fact, because Houston has a more reliable quarterback, bump Andre Johnson ahead of Calvin Johnson. Randy Moss, Patriots: If you start your team with a high pick at running back, getting Moss late in the second round isn't so bad; early third round is even better.
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January 15, 2012 | Associated Press
BALTIMORE - The Baltimore Ravens and Houston Texans are quite content to run against the grain in the pass-happy NFL. Baltimore relies heavily on running back Ray Rice and a stingy defensive unit led by Pro Bowl linebackers Ray Lewis and Terrell Suggs. Houston depends on the rushing prowess of Arian Foster and the NFL's second-ranked defense. Neither team intends to alter that approach in Sunday's playoff game, so the one that stays true to form the longest likely will advance to the AFC championship game.
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December 12, 2011 | Associated Press
CINCINNATI - A rookie quarterback led the biggest drive in Houston Texans history, one that took them to the end zone and their first playoff berth. T.J. Yates threw a 6-yard touchdown pass with two seconds left on Sunday for a 20-19 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals that put the 10-year Texans in the playoffs for the first time. With their seventh straight win, the Texans (10-3) moved to the threshold of the playoffs. They hugged on the field then headed to the locker room, waiting for the final seconds of Tennessee's game to play out. When time ran out on the Titans, preserving New Orleans' 22-17 victory, the Texans - who entered the league in 2002 - celebrated the AFC South title.
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September 30, 2015 | By Ladd Biro, For The Inquirer
Three weeks into the 2015 season, count yourself lucky if your starting quarterback is still intact. With Mike Vick taking the helm in Pittsburgh, Antonio Brown's owners should be nervous. Meanwhile, we've learned a few other things during the young NFL season. Adrian Peterson, Chris Johnson and Frank Gore aren't done yet, but Jonathan Stewart might be. Steve Smith and Larry Fitzgerald have found their fountains of youth, while Roddy White and Andre Johnson are assembling a cute collection of goose eggs.
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October 14, 2015 | By Ladd Biro, For The Inquirer
Here's a look at players worth considering, and others who would look better in someone else's lineup. Catch 'em while you can Blake Bortles, QB, Jaguars. I gave a tepid endorsement to Allen Hurns last week, and he responded with another strong performance thanks in large part to his quarterback. With Hurns, Allen Robinson and now a healthy Julius Thomas at his disposal, and a favorable schedule ahead, Bortles is worth a flier for those needing help at the position. Charcandrick West, RB, Chiefs.
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October 4, 2013 | By Ed Barkowitz, Daily News Staff Writer
WITH A quarter of the season in the books, let's take a look at what we know, what we don't know, and what we should have known after a month's worth of fantasy football. Reggie Bush was the best offseason acquisition. "That dude does special things out there every week," Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford said. Bush is coming off a 139-yard rushing effort that was the third-highest of his career, and has 11 catches on 17 targets in three games. As always, injuries are a concern with Bush, who missed Week 3 with a knee injury.
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December 24, 2015 | By Ed Barkowitz, Staff Writer
HALF OF the remaining fantasy owners still in competition would like to send a very large stocking for Odell Beckham Jr. to hang by his chimney this Christmas Eve. After being very good for just about the entire season, he has landed on the naughty list for getting suspended during fantasy championship week. Santa oughta fill that baby with plenty of coal, now that the NFL has upheld its one-game ban given to Beckham after a series of altercations with Carolina's Josh Norman; the most egregious being a cheap helmet-to-helmet shot from a full sprint.
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December 6, 2015 | By Ladd Biro, For The Inquirer
Here are my picks to roll, and get rolled, in Week 13 of the 2015 season. Watch 'em roll Andy Dalton, QB, Bengals at Browns. Dalton tossed three TDs with no interceptions when these teams faced off in Week 9, and was nearly as sharp last week against a solid Rams secondary. Meanwhile, Cleveland's pass defense is one of the softest in the league. Time to load the Red Rifle. Javorius Allen, RB, Ravens at Dolphins. Allen got his feet wet as a starter on Monday night and acquitted himself well.
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October 14, 2015 | By Ladd Biro, For The Inquirer
Here's a look at players worth considering, and others who would look better in someone else's lineup. Catch 'em while you can Blake Bortles, QB, Jaguars. I gave a tepid endorsement to Allen Hurns last week, and he responded with another strong performance thanks in large part to his quarterback. With Hurns, Allen Robinson and now a healthy Julius Thomas at his disposal, and a favorable schedule ahead, Bortles is worth a flier for those needing help at the position. Charcandrick West, RB, Chiefs.
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September 30, 2015 | By Ladd Biro, For The Inquirer
Three weeks into the 2015 season, count yourself lucky if your starting quarterback is still intact. With Mike Vick taking the helm in Pittsburgh, Antonio Brown's owners should be nervous. Meanwhile, we've learned a few other things during the young NFL season. Adrian Peterson, Chris Johnson and Frank Gore aren't done yet, but Jonathan Stewart might be. Steve Smith and Larry Fitzgerald have found their fountains of youth, while Roddy White and Andre Johnson are assembling a cute collection of goose eggs.
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September 16, 2015 | By Ladd Biro, For The Inquirer
Here's a look at players worthy for your consideration to add to your team, and others who would look better in someone else's lineup. Catch 'em while you can Chris Johnson, RB, Cardinals. Johnson is expected to play a lead role in Arizona's backfield while Andre Ellington recovers from his knee injury. Rookie David Johnson, who scored on a 55-yard catch and run, will also be in the mix. Ronnie Hillman, RB, Broncos. The Broncos looked ragged against the Ravens even before C.J. Anderson left with a sprained toe. Hillman ran hard and surely has earned additional playing time.
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December 4, 2014 | BY TOM MAHON, Daily News Staff Writer mahont@phillynews.com
OUR FAVORITE wide receiver - who's not an Eagle - is the Texans' Andre Johnson. Yesterday, Johnson hosted his eighth annual shopping spree for a dozen children from the Harris County Department of Protective Services. "You can go through the store and get whatever you want," Johnson said, according to the Houston Chronicle. "I'll pay for it. Have a Merry Christmas. " The children, who met with Johnson at a Toys R Us near NRG Stadium, were given an empty shopping cart and 80 seconds (Johnson's uniform number)
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November 15, 2014 | By Ladd Biro, For The Inquirer
Here are my picks to roll, and get rolled, in Week 11 of the 2014 season. Watch 'em roll Robert Griffin III, QB, Redskins vs. Buccaneers. Coming off his bye and a solid return in Week 9 against the Vikings, Griffin should be well-prepared for the vulnerable secondary heading to FedEx Field. Given the playmaking receivers at his disposal and a good running game to keep the Bucs guessing, RG3's ceiling is high. Frank Gore, RB, 49ers at Giants. This has been a frustrating year for Gore and his owners, but he turned in a solid performance in New Orleans last week.
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April 18, 2014 | By Howard Gensler
YESTERDAY IN North Hollywood, rapper Andre Johnson cut off his penis and jumped out of an apartment building. It is unclear whether he jumped after realizing he cut off his penis. Johnson, however, only jumped from the building's second level and survived the fall. As did his penis. Both Johnson, and his recovered johnson, were taken to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, where both were being treated. CNN reported that Johnson has been a member of Northstar , a California hip-hop group that was part of the Wu-Tang Clan family, according to the Wu-Tang Clan website.
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January 3, 2014 | BY STEPHEN PIANOVICH, For the Daily News
STATE COLLEGE - He showed up as a no-name coach, but in two seasons, his dimple-chinned face became familiar to the blue-and-white faithful, and he did more than just keep a program afloat in an arduous scenario. Much to the chagrin of Penn State fans, however, Bill O'Brien will not be back for a third season. The 44-year-old will become the next head coach of the NFL's Houston Texans, ESPN reported Tuesday night, and an introductory news conference is expected today. Rumors of O'Brien's potential departure from Penn State swirled for a few weeks, but really gained steam Saturday, when ESPN reported that O'Brien, a former New England Patriots offensive coordinator who spent 5 years under Bill Belichick, was the "overwhelming favorite" to land the Texans job. He will take over a Houston side that won the AFC South in 2011 and '12 and has a core group of talent that includes defensive end J.J. Watt and wideout Andre Johnson.
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December 5, 2013 | BY STEPHANIE FARR, Daily News Staff Writer farrs@phillynews.com, 215-854-4225
ANDRE JOHNSON is "not even an art-gallery type of guy," but the 22-year-old found himself in the lobby of the Crane Arts building in North Philadelphia yesterday, waiting to get his juvenile record expunged. A man approached Johnson and asked why he was waiting instead of walking around the gallery, where a photography exhibit by Richard Ross showcases kids in prison. The young subjects' stories are told in their own words in accompanying captions. "I'm like, 'I don't really . . . ' " Johnson said.
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