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Report: Jadeveon Clowney bitten by teammate's dogReport: Jadeveon Clowney bitten by teammate's dog Jadeveon Clowney can add dog bite to his list of injuries in his short time in Houston.
Texans Quessenberry announces he's in remissionTexans Quessenberry announces he's in remission Houston Texan David Quessenberry has been no stranger to hospitals lately after he was diagnosed with lymphoma July 2014.
J.J. Watt sends hat, jersey, cleats to 'most feared' fanJ.J. Watt sends hat, jersey, cleats to 'most feared' fan J.J. Watt is the most feared defensive player in football. One of his fans, 7-year-old Anthony Tarantelli, was also the most feared rusher in his league, according to a letter he sent Watt back in December.