Join us at NRG Stadium when Texans host Jets


The Texans return to NRG Stadium for the first time in nearly a month when they host the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday.

Join us pregame for Texans Countdown, with Seth Payne and Sean Pendergast broadcasting live from Bud Light Plaza.

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This Sunday, Nov. 28 is Salute to Service Day presented by Bud Light. Kickoff is set for noon at NRG Stadium and the game will broadcast on CBS.

Sunday’s annual Salute to Service game will honor active and retired military members pregame and throughout the matchup and offer fans the opportunity to do so, too. As fans arrive on Kirby Drive, they will be greeted by American flags lining the street. Fans can enjoy High Velocity from the United States Air Force Band of the West on stage in Bud Light Plaza beginning at 9:30 a.m. Pregame traditions begin on-field at 11:30 a.m. and will include 99-year-old United States Marine Corps Veteran Major Jack Craddock serving as the Homefield Advantage Captain, and United States Air Force Senior Master Sergeant Promise Harris and her daughter Air Force Staff Sergeant Markeis Simon performing the National Anthem. At halftime, nationally recognized United States Marine Corps Silent Drill Platoon from Washington, DC will perform.

In honor of Salute to Service Week presented by USAA, the Texans hosted a private field day at NRG Stadium earlier this week for veterans and their families who have received homes over the last 10 years through the team’s work with Operation FINALLY HOME. The families were treated to a visit from the Texans rookie class and other surprises. On Monday, Texans players, coaches, executives, Lady Texans and their families handed out 200 meals to veterans and staff outside the Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center for Thanksgiving. In addition to meals, the team delivered a small gift to bring a little bit of comfort to veterans who are hospitalized during the holiday. Earlier this month, the Texans and USAA visited the United States Coast Guard Galveston Base where Texans players were able to experiences what a day looks like for those serving on base.