Author: Brian Lamb

Brian Lamb is the owner of NFL Draft Lounge and has covered the NFL Draft since 2011. Brian is also the owner of the Infinity Sports Network, which NFL Draft Lounge belongs to.

The time is now for James Harden and the Houston Rockets to separate amicably. Harden was traded to Houston before the start of the 2012-13 season, but things haven’t always gone to plan. Harden has always been able to put up incredible numbers, even winning theMVP award in 2018. However, the Rockets haven’t been able to win a championship. Over the offseason, the team parted ways with head coach Mike D’Antoni, as well as General Manager Daryl Morey. Harden has been very vocal this offseason with his displeasure. To start, Harden was unhappy with the signing of Stephen Silas as…

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Andre Johnson has broken his silence as the former Texans wide receiver, and Ring of Honor member, took to Twitter to show support for Deshaun Watson. Johnson also took a shot at Jack Easterby, the executive vice president of football operations for the Texans. https://twitter.com/johnson80/status/1349084500840640518?s=20 Johnson also seems to call out Cal McNair, the chairman and chief executive officer of the organization. McNair has catered to Easterby, who remains as a member of the organization. Easterby was responsible for hiring Nick Caserio, a move that has upset several within the franchise, including QB Deshaun Watson. To date, Johnson has remained…

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Bill O’Brien has had a tough year. O’Brien was named head coach and general manager of the Houston Texans prior to the 2020 season. However, following an 0-4 record to begin the 2020 season, O’Brien was fired from the Houston Texans. Despite this, things might be looking up as Bill O’Brien is expected to become the Alabama offensive coordinator. https://twitter.com/BruceFeldmanCFB/status/1348797569787256834?s=20 Needless to say, the college football coaching carousel is alive and well. Change Of Scenery For Bill O’Brien This is a great move by Bill O’Brien to nab the premier coordinator job in Alabama. O’Brien should have his pick…

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This has been a year to forget for the Houston Texans. In late January 2020, Bill O’Brien, the team’s head coach, was also named general manager. This came after the organization’s decision to fire GM Brian Gaine after only 17 months at the helm. The decision to name O’Brien GM came after the franchise’s failed attempt to hire Nick Caserio, which resulted in the Patriots filing tampering charges. With O’Brien at general manager, the Texans made countless poor decisions, such as sending a King’s ransom to Miami for LT Laremy Tunsil and WR Kenny Stills. We also saw DeAndre Hopkins…

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