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Houston Texans Will Practice At The Star Due to Harvey

Houston Texans Will Practice At The Star Due to Harvey

The Houston Texans and team owner Bob McNair are donating the sum to the United Way of Greater Houston Flood Relief Fund, the franchise announced on Twitter.

"It's been an unbelievable display of what can happen when people come together", Watt said Monday.

"Football is obviously important, but I think the most important thing is doing everything we can for our city, I can tell you right now, we're going to dedicate this season to the city of Houston, the people of Houston", O'Brien said.

Hurricane Harvey devastated the Houston region, leaving behind widespread flooding and significant damage.

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According to a tweet sent out by NFL Insider Ian Rappaport, the game will be moved to AT&T Stadium in Arlington.

The Texans are practicing at the Cowboys' Star facility in Frisco, Texas.

"These dollars will be put to go use in the relief and recovery efforts", O'Brien said Monday during a news conference after practice at The Star in Frisco, Texas.

The Texans and Cowboys were scheduled to play on Thursday in Houston, but the game is expected to be shifted to AT&T Stadium due to the flooding. "It's very hard", Watt said in the video on Sunday, "not only because we have family and friends back there - some guys have young kids, some guys have wives and families - but that's our city".

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Houston was in the path of devastating Hurricane Harvey over the weekend, causing mayhem and logistical nightmares for the city and its residents. The Texans can't get home and likely will stay in the Dallas area until at least after Thursday night's game, although a decision on the game still has not been announced.

The Texans' and NFL's donations will help response efforts by the American Red Cross, the Salvation Army and the United Way of Greater Houston. "Because we can't get there". A spokesperson from the Houston Texans was not immediately available for comment. The Texans took all of their players, coaches, and other personnel directly to Dallas for their safety after the team's Week 3 preseason matchup against the Saints.

Moving the game would cost the Texans a lot of money. The NFL will also donate $1 million.

AAA expects gas prices to increase following Texas hurricane
The only potential for a longer sustained price spike is if the storm damages refineries. No doubt, Harvey has impacted operations and access to refineries in the Gulf Coast.


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