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Featuring Christopher Myers, Jonathan Wells and Kevin Williams and The Houston Texans Cheerleaders
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Jonathan Wells spent his entire NFL career (2002-05) with the Houston Texans and is one of the ‘Original Texans’ of the inaugural season. His team-best mark of 529 rushing yards in 2002 was third-best among AFC rookie running backs, and for his career he tallied 1,167 rushing yards and 10 touchdowns on 347 carries in 60 games (18 starts). He also added 323 receiving yards and a pair of touchdowns out of the backfield. The River Ridge, La. native played collegiately at Ohio State University, where he earned first-team All-Big Ten and honorable mention All-America honors after a record-setting 2001 campaign that saw him rush for 1,331 yards and 16 touchdowns.
Kevin Williams etched his place in Houston Texans lore as one of the first 10 players to ever sign a contract with the franchise prior to its inaugural season in 2002. A veteran of four NFL seasons with the New York Jets (1998-2000), Miami Dolphins (2000) and Texans (2002), Williams, a safety, compiled career totals of 43 games played (13 starts), 72 total tackles, one interception and three passes defensed. He played four seasons at Oklahoma State University (1993-95, 1997), where he earned All-Big 12 honors as a senior and led the Cowboys to their best record in nine years.
One of the most durable players in franchise history, Chris Myers started all 112 games of his Houston Texans career (2008-14) after spending his first three NFL seasons with the Denver Broncos (2005-08). Myers, a center, anchored a Houston offensive line that paved the way for RB Arian Foster to put together four of the five-best rushing seasons in team history and lead the NFL in rushing touchdowns twice. Myers led the Texans to their first two postseasons appearances ever (2011-12) and was named to the Pro Bowl both of those years. In college, Myers blocked for University of Miami legend Ken Dorsey and was part of the Hurricanes’ 2001 National Championship team.
Houston Texans Cheerleaders