by TD Staff ReporterFebruary 7, 2014
Daniel Shirey-USA TODAY Sports
Former Texans coach Wade Phillips told the teams ownership that they should draft Texas A&M's Johnny Manziel in the upcoming NFL Draft. Per ESPN...
quote:Manziel, a Texas native is expected to be taken high in the first round of May's draft. The Texans have this first pick this year and might use it to get a quarterback after Matt Schaub and Case Keenum struggled last season.
In an unsuccessful interview in late December to become the Texans' permanent head coach, Phillips told ownership the team should draft Johnny Manziel, the dynamic quarterback from nearby Texas A&M. He also kidded that his suggestion may have cost him a chance at getting the job.
"When I did the interview with the McNairs, I told them they ought to take Johnny Football," Phillips said on 610 SportsRadio in Houston. "That's what I told them, and I'm sitting here now without a job."
Filed Under: SEC Football
Originally published on SECRant.com
Quite the color change.
Walker left Monday night's game with an arm injury.
Boom! Welcome aboard Chris!
Here's what coach Mainieri had to say about the new LSU hair styles.
Will Wade continues to add to LSU's future roster.
Pics Of Alabama WR Robert Foster's Car Accident & Injury From Saturday
He was hit on his bike.
CBS Sports Ranks The SEC's 14 Coaching Jobs
You can probably guess who was No. 1, but where do the rest stack up.
A New Book Details The 2016 Sideline Explosion Between Saban & Kiffin
"Dumb" comments started it.
This South Korean Clemson Hoodie Has Quite The Ironic Misspelling
Cue the smirking Bama fan.
Former Ole Miss QB Bo Wallace Looking Rough In His DUI Mugshot
Fell asleep at the wheel.
Ole Miss Football Offered Up A Jersey To Justin Bieber
Not who I want in my jersey.
Kentucky Pitcher Austin Keen Has Quite The Rally Cup Hat
Nick Saban Releases Statement On Bob Stoops, Calls Him A Great Friend
Saban and Stoops coached against each other twice.
Ranking The Top Five Defensive Backs In The SEC
According to ESPN.