The Houston Texans are a professional American football team based in Houston, Texas. The Texans compete in the National Football League as a member club of the American Football Conference South division and play their home games at NRG Stadium.

The Texans are the youngest franchise currently competing in the history of the National Football League after they began their expansion in 2002.

The two main owners of The Houston Texans are Janice Suber McNair and E. Javier Loya.


How many numbers have the Houston Texans retired?

The Houston Texans have yet to officially retire any numbers, but almost two decades after their inception, it’s time the franchise looks to do so.

Being the newest team in the NFL, the Houston Texans have yet to officially retire any numbers.

However, since J.J. Watt has now left the franchise, it’s time they look at commemorating their greatest players to date.

In the two decades since their inception, the Texans have been lucky enough to have had some exceptional players.

Deshaun Watson, DeAndre Hopkins, Arian Foster, Duane Brown, Brock Osweiler (Sorry, cheap shot), and so on. That being said, each decade has easily been highlighted by one player.

Meanwhile, some local fans of the Texans are calling for Andre Johnson’s jersey number to be retired.

Who’s Andre Johnson?

Andre Johnson may not be the biggest fan of the Texans at this time, but the fact is he was easily the best player on that roster throughout the 2000s.


A player with a rare combination of size, speed, and strength, Johnson was the first Texan to become a multiple-time All-Pro/Pro Bowler, and still holds the franchise record for Pro Bowl seasons.

Ultimately, Johnson helped put the team on the map.


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