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The Houston Texans were formed as an NFL expansion team in 2002. They have always been named the Texans. The former Houston Oilers are now the Tennessee Titans.
They have always been the Houston Texans. There were teams in Houston prior to the Texans, in the NFL (and AFL) the Houston Oiler (now the Tenneessee Titans). And in the USFL the Houston Gamblers.
The Houston Texans were actually a brand new expansion team and were not known as another team at any point. SportsMedia101 sportsmedia101.com
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No, The Houston Oilers relocated and changed their name to the Tennessee Titans. The Houston Texans are an expansion franchise awarded to Houston to replace the Oilers leaving town.
At http://www.houstontexans.com/team/texansteamhistory.asp the name history is explained. Look under '2000' ('Feb.', 'April', and 'Sept. 6').
The Houston Texans joined the NFL in 2002. They were an expansion team and were always based in Houston, TX.
The Houston Texans established in 2002. The Houston Texans is a professional football team in America. They play in the National Football League and is part of the South Division.
The Houston Texans went 8-8 for the 2007 season.
Gary Kubiak is the head coach for the Houston Texans.
The Houston Texans have never been to the Super Bowl.
Alan Bonner is number 16 on the Houston Texans.
Alec Lemon is number 17 on the Houston Texans.
Alex Kupper is number 62 on the Houston Texans.