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Lionel Messi Meets Houston Texans Star J.J. Watt for One Awesome Image

Here’s further proof that size doesn’t matter: when two men at the peaks of their respective forms of football meet to create one star-studded image.

The eye-opening picture in question featured the diminutive Lionel Messi (5’6″, 148 lbs) standing next to the physically imposing J.J. Watt (6’5″, 289 lbs) of the Houston Texans.

And to further endear himself to the Messi audience, Watt even called it football!

Messi’s Argentine team-mate Sergio Aguero also took the opportunity to grab a picture with Watt.

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Texans sign Devon Still to future contract for 2016 season

The Houston Texans have signed defensive end Devon Still to a future contract for next season.

Still became an inspiration by sharing details of his 5-year-old daughter Leah’s fight with cancer when he was with the Bengals. He hasn’t played in the NFL since Cincinnati cut him in September after keeping him on in 2014 in part so he’d have health insurance to cover her treatments.

The Bengals donated more than $1 million in sales from Still’s No. 75 jersey to Children’s Hospital in Cincinnati for pediatric cancer research and treatment.

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Texans send J.J. Watt to Packers

As the NFL’s trading deadline — Tuesday, Nov. 3, at 4 p.m. ET — approaches, we propose five explosive, albeit unlikely, possible deals.

Proposed trade No. 2:

Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt to Green Bay Packers for No. 1 draft choices in 2016, 2017 and a provisional 2018 pick

If J.J. Watt chopped down a tree in the forest, would it make a sound?

It sure would in Green Bay, where the Texans’ defensive end could put the Packers over the top for the foreseeable future. If that hard-working Verizon 4G network were a man, the commercial goes, it would be Watt, a world-class whacker of quarterbacks.

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HOUSTON — Her fight inspired millions of people, buy cialis and today Leah Still, drug the daughter of new Houston Texans defensive tackle Devon Still, order won it.

Devon Still posted a message on Instagram and Twitter saying Leah is finished with her treatments.

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Leah was diagnosed with neuroblastoma in 2014 when she was four years old. She became cancer-free last year in March and her final treatment began Friday, during the same week Devon Still signed a futures deal with the Texans.

She finished her last treatment last night.

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The Saints have been to Houston twice in the last nine months and are still looking for their first touchdown. They’ve scored 15 points in two games, stomach but the Texans defense hasn’t allowed the Saints into the end zone. As such, prescription the defense was certainly the story on Saturday night, but the NRG Stadium faithful received a glimpse of this team’s offensive future as well. That unit experienced an overhaul in the offseason and the fruits of that labor were front and center in the 16-9 win. Here are my observations from the game on Saturday night.

1. There were so many stars, if you will, on Saturday night.Brian Cushing was outstanding in a quarter and some change of game time. Johnathan Joseph picked off Drew Brees (again) to give the ball back to the offense in the first quarter. But, if you went home to loved ones and they asked about the game, presumably, the first person you mentioned wasJadeveon Clowney. Three years into his pro career, Clowney is still a mystery to most out there, but all of us that have been in this building have been saying “it’s coming, just wait and see.” I think the way I said it was a bit more non-FCC rated, but you get the point. He was the national story for sure.

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Following the Texans second preseason game, drugs head coach Bill O’Brien gave the latest on player injuries.

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Last week in joint practice against the Saints, order rookie center Nick Martin suffered an ankle injury which is still being evaluated by team doctors and trainers, stuff according to O’Brien.

“I think any time you have an injury whether it’s ankle or knee, I think you probably do have to wait for swelling to go down before you can really make a judgment,” O’Brien said Sunday.

The offensive line had four of its five starters out for Saturday’s 16-9 win over the Saints. Three are recovering from injuries, with the exception of right guard Jeff Allen who had an excused absence for a death in the family.

Starting tackles Duane Brown and Derek Newton have not played in the preseason. Brown is working his way back from quadriceps surgery following the end of the 2015 regular season. Newton left the first day of training camp on a cart with an injury and has not practiced since. O’Brien listed him as day-to-day with an undisclosed injury.

“Derek Newton’s making progress, not sure when he’s going to be back but he is making progress,” O’Brien said. “Duane Brown is making progress also. He won’t be back this week but he’s definitely making progress.”

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