Texans hoping Reed will be ready for opening day

Houston Texans Free Safety Ed Reed is hoping that his recovery form arthroscopic hip surgery will be complete by the time the Texans take on the San Diego Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium September 9th.

“With Ed, we’re working the rehab process and continuing what he’s been doing in Atlanta and setting our game plan from now until training camp,” Coach Gary Kubiak said recently. “They (team doctors) tell me he’s coming along fine. It’s just a matter of continuing the rehab process, and, obviously, we’ve got a target date we’re shooting for.”

The Texans 1st round draft selection, DeAndre Hopkins has impressed his coaches and teammates as well as the NFL Network’s Daniel Jeremiah who listed Hopkins as one of the top three rookies to make an immediate impact.

For the past 10 seasons, Andre Johnson has been as productive as just about any wide receiver in the NFL. He’s caught more than 800 balls and eclipsed 11,000 receiving yards. That’s quite impressive, considering he’s never had a legitimate No. 2 wideout to keep opposing defenses honest. Enter Hopkins. The former Clemson receiver broke the ACC’s single-season record for receiving touchdowns with 18 last fall and his combination of short-area quickness and ball skills will be a welcome addition to the Texans’ passing attack. He should start right away and post 60-plus catches during his rookie campaign.

The Texans open preseason in Minnesota against the Vikings.  Be sure to get your tickets and catch your Houston Texans!

Texans’ ticket prices to remain the same in 2011

HOUSTON – Ticket prices to Houston Texans games in 2011 will remain the same as they were for the 2010 season, the team announced today. It marks the first time since 2006 the average price of a ticket to a Texans game has held from one year to the next.
The Texans’ average ticket price ranked 16th in the NFL in 2010.
Houston plays three 2010 division winners at Reliant Stadium during the 2011 regular season; NFC South Division champion Atlanta (13-3), NFC North Division winner Pittsburgh (12-4) and AFC South Division rival Indianapolis (10-6). The Texans will also square off against AFC South foes Jacksonville (8-8) and Tennessee (6-10), as well as Carolina (2-14), Cleveland (5-11) and Oakland (8-8) at Reliant Stadium in the 2011 season.
The Texans celebrated their 90th consecutive home sellout with a 34-17 win against Jacksonville on January 2 and own a 24-16 (.600) regular season record at home since 2006. The Texans’ consecutive sellout streak is the longest in Houston professional sports history.
The Texans are currently accepting applications for the 2011 season ticket priority wait list. To join the Houston Texans priority wait list, call 866-GOTEXANS or .

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell announced a league-wide ticket refund policy in November for any 2011 preseason and regular-season games that are cancelled due to a work stoppage.

The ticket refund policy will offer refunds for all preseason and regular-season home games that are cancelled and season and partial season ticket holders will have the option to receive refunds in either the form that they paid for tickets (e.g., check, credit card), or in credits toward future games. Fans who purchase individual game tickets will be offered a refund or the right to exchange their ticket to a cancelled game for a ticket to a future game as selected by the club and subject to availability. Refunds will be paid with interest no later than 30 days after final determination of how many games will be played during the 2011 NFL season.