BRYAN BRAMAN RUMORS & GOSSIP
We looked at some more All-22 from this past Sunday’s game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, and once again there are so many things to draw thoughts from. Here are a few.
Watch Out Braman
Bryan Braman got greet early on the opening kickoff. No clue the block was coming. #Texans pic.twitter.com/X89z5AfiKZ
— PDS (@PatDStat) November 27, 2013
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James Casey, #86
Two Houston Texans made the 2012 USA Today’s All Joe Team and they were fullback James Casey and special teams star Bryan Braman. Both players were key parts of the 2012 team and were put on this recognized post season team released by USA Today.
The criteria of the team is as follows:
About the team: The All-Joe team was created in 1992 by longtime USA TODAY...
AFC South champs for the second season in a row and a 12-2 record, the Houston Texans are in some rare air especially when it comes to professional football in Houston. The Texans took care of business in a sloppy 29-17 victory against the Indianapolis Colts and quieted their doubters for at least another week.
There were some ups and downs but it was good to see the defensive...
If there's one thing that we can take away from Sunday's Texans-Titans game, it's that Bryan Braman is a mad man. Braman lost his helmet while covering a punt in the first quarter, but the Houston linebacker didn't let it stop him from making a play. Braman continued to pursue Marc Mariani, and he eventually tracked him down. Rather than going low or simply pushing...
Houston Texans rookie linebacker made one of the top plays of the year for the Texans with no helmet. He tackled Tennessee Titans punt returner Marc Mariani without a helmet, call it crazy it shows the Texans are willing to do anything to win a game, enjoy.
The Houston Texans had the AFC South division clinched, so their playoff fate was pretty much sealed. They were penciled in as the #3 seed in the AFC and were hosting a playoff game next week despite the outcome of today's tilt with the Tennessee Titans.
Apparently Texans rookie linebacker Bryan Braman didn't get that memo. But hey, when you are an undrafted rookie out...
James Harrison may be known for helmet-to-helmet shots, but Houston Texans Bryan Braman has already proven to be the leader in the metal-to-skull shots. Even Owen Schmidt has to say that is one crazy son of a *****. Good hing for the undrafted rookie, Braman, he has earned a name or a niche around the NFL. That usually means you get an extension on his playing career, at least...
Bryan Braman of the Houston Texans is an undrafted rookie free agent special teams player. I'm assuming he's aware of the ongoing discussion of the dangers of helmet-to-helmet hits. I'm also assuming, based on what you're about to see below, that he just doesn't care.
That's not a helmet-to-helmet hit, that's a player intentionally ramming his head, unprotected...
Forgive Houston's Bryan Braman for trying to make an impact on the game and impress the Texans coaching staff, but the undrafted rookie from West Texas A & M ended up making an impression on his skull via impact with the helmet of Titans punt returner Marc Mariani. Top that, James Harrison. [CBS] More »
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Normally, when we show big NFL hits on Outside the Boxscore, they are usually wearing a helmet.
However in the case of Texans rookie Bryan Braman on special teams against the Tennessee Titans, he made the big hit without one: