Steroids user becomes the first Texans player anyone can name

Thanks to a positive test for performance enhancing drugs and a four-game suspension, Houston Texans linebacker Brian Cushing has achieved a franchise first and become the only player to wear a Texans uniform that anyone has heard of. "I apologize to the team and our fans," said Cushing. "But, I'll admit, it's kind of neat to be known more than our receiver, the one that people say is underrated but is just as good as Larry Fitzgerald." Texans head coach Gary Kubiak said he was upset about the the positive test. "This is not who we want as the face of our franchise," he said. "We want it to be our defensive end, Mario … Mario … Van Peebles is it? No, that's an actor from the '90s. I don't know. The Mario guy we drafted instead of Reggie Bush."