Devon Still

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Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 305
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College: Penn State
Birth Place: Camden, New Jersey
Draft: 2012 2nd round (21st pick) by the
  • Houston Texans OL loses 21 pounds
    UPI

    Houston Texans OL loses 21 pounds

    May 27 (UPI) -- Weight has literally been lifted from the Houston Texans' offensive line this year. Right guard Jeff Allen lost 21 pounds this offseason, according to the Houston Chronicle. "I feel good; I lost a few pounds," Allen told the Chronicle. "I think it will be beneficial for me this season. I've done a lot of hard work, a lot of cardio. I changed my diet. I'm eating a little cleaner. I have a better understanding of what I need from my body. Allen, 27, played the first four years of his career for the Kansas City Chiefs. He was heavily pursued by the Chicago Bears and Atlanta Falcons during the 2016 offseason before landing a five-year, $28 million pact with the Texans. Allen had two

  • 2017 NFL draft: Which RB will have the best rookie season?
    The Draft Wire

    2017 NFL draft: Which RB will have the best rookie season?

    Despite the constant narrative that the NFL is devaluing the running back position in recent years, the NFL draft featured a top-five runner for the third year in a row, and two in the top 10. LSU’s Leonard Fournette (Jacksonville Jaguars) and Stanford’s Christian McCaffrey (Carolina Panthers) were the only first-round backs in the 2017 draft, but the depth of this year’s class was evident throughout the rest of the event. Six more runners would come off the board on Day 2, with plenty more hearing their names called across the final four rounds. Many of this year’s talented backs ended up in advantageous situations, giving them a strong chance to make an immediate impact on Sundays. Which of

  • Texans defenders excited for playing under Mike Vrabel
    Texans Wire

    Texans defenders excited for playing under Mike Vrabel

    The Houston Texans had the stingiest defense in the league in 2016, but they still made a change at coordinator. Romeo Crennel moved upstairs to be a defensive consultant and the team promoted linebackers coach Mike Vrabel to running the defense. Thus far, the Texans players seem to really enjoy the change. Several Texans defenders have spoken up about how well Vrabel is doing on the job thus far. And it helps to have his mentor Crennel still a visible presence in the building. J.J. Watt, the leader of the defense, offered his endorsement of Vrabel. “I think it’s great. I think I’ve said all along, to have a guy like Mike come in who is so knowledgeable and so experienced is great. It’s very