Houston Texans History

Houston Texans - Team History

Houston Texans, professional football team, which will begin play in the National Football League (NFL) during the 2002 season. The Houston, Texas, franchise will be a member of South Division of the American Football Conference (AFC) and play its home games in Houston’s new Reliant Stadium.

The NFL accepted Houston’s proposal for a team after a competing bid from Los Angeles, California, fell apart in 1999. The Texans fill the void left by the Houston Oilers, who moved to Tennessee in 1997. The Texans are owned by businessman Robert McNair, and the general manager is Charley Casserly. The franchise selected its team name in September 2000. In early 2001 Houston hired Dom Capers, former defensive coordinator for the Jacksonville Jaguars, as its first head coach. Capers was also the first head coach of the Carolina Panthers, who joined the NFL in 1995.

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