Posts Tagged ‘Bob McNair’

McNair Feels Houston Should Lead in Super Bowl Bid for 2017

Texans owner Bob McNair says the city should take the lead in trying to land the Super Bowl. On Wednesday, Harris County Sports Convention Corp. chairman Edgar Colon said the county and Reliant Park plan to bid on the 2017 Super Bowl. Reliant Stadium hosted the 2004 Super Bowl, two years after the Texans joined […]

Texans Owner McNair Feels a Deal Will Get Done Between League and Players

Houston Texans owner Bob McNair lended his comments on the expiring collective bargaining agreement and the state of the NFL after Tuesday’s league meeting. “Our commissioner wants to get (a deal) done.  I think we’re being very reasonable. Hopefully the union will be, too, and we’ll be successful.” McNair surely is looking to avoid a […]

Where The Coaches Want To Go

I’m predicting Gary Kubiak, Lovie Smith, Marvin Lewis and John Fox get fired while Jeff Fisher gets one more chance (perhaps because the best candidates get signed before Bud Adams acts). Where would the most attractive spot be? I must say that while I think the top 3 spots are a tier slightly above the […]

Texans Owner Feels 18-Game Slate to Be In Place by 2012 Season

NFL Owner Bob McNair knows that fans dislike the preseason, and is one owner on board with wanting to see the NFL go to an 18-game regular season. The owners talked about the schedule on Wednesday in Atlanta at a meeting, but held off on voting for a specific proposal. McNair says moving to an […]

Texans owner McNair Confident Johnson Will Remain a “Happy Texan”

The Associated Press reported Thursday that Andre Johnson and the Houston Texans are moving on from the “blown out of proportion” contract dispute assumed after Johnson missed the first three days of Organized Team Activities (OTAs).  Texans President Bob McNair met with Johnson Wednesday to put an end to any unfamiliar drama and discuss a […]