Brian Cushing said he's not sure when he'll be able to go full speed but he knows he'll be ready for opener against Washington.
Houston Chronicle "While Texans general manager Rick Smith and coach Bill O’Brien locked in on the 2014 NFL draft, linebacker Brian Cushing had a more pressing issue to attend to this weekend: his inaugural youth football camp at Pearland High School. Teaming with area high school and college coaches, Cushing led..." May 05
NFL.com "In the past two seasons Houston Texans linebacker Brian Cushing has played in a grand total of 12 games due to knee injuries. The former Defensive Rookie of the Year tore his ACL in 2012 and broke his fibula and tore his LCL in the same knee seven games into the 2013 season. On Wednesday,..." April 17
It's not how many times you fall down but how many times you get back up. Life is tough but I'm the toughest SOB it's ever seen. Ill be back
Sorry ... On Cushing -- It's a torn LCL and a broken leg. Again will need surgery.
Houston Chronicle "The Texans know what it’s like to play without middle linebacker Brian Cushing. It’s a feeling they had to get accustomed with after Cushing went down with a season-ending knee injury last year. It’s a feeling they’ll have to live with again this season. Cushing suffered both a fractured..." October 21
Cushing can't put his weight on his left knee. He's going to the cart.
Cushing is officially out for the game per press box announcement. #Texans
Houston Chronicle "Defensive coordinator Wade Phillips had a couple of funny lines about inside linebacker Brian Cushing and his new $52 million extension. “Brian had his best practice today” Phillips said. “I thought he would be loaded down heavy but he was moving pretty good." September 07
CBSSports.com "The Texans built ample protection into their six-year extension with linebacker Brian Cushing which while it has a max value of around $56 million could end up being far less. Cushing who has been suspended for violating the NFL's policy on performance enhancing drugs in the past and who is..." September 06
Pro Football Talk "The Houston Texans are locking up linebacker Brian Cushing for the long haul. Cushing and the Texans have agreed on the terms of a long-term contract extension a league source tells PFT. Although Cushing was entering the final season of the five-year contract he signed as the Texans’..." September 03
Houston Chronicle "Inside linebacker Brian Cushing signed a six-year contract extension today that includes $21 million guaranteed and is worth $55.643 million. As the Texans’ first-round pick in 2009 Cushing signed a five-year contract worth $15.9 million. To free up $5.5 million the Texans restructured..." September 03
Houston Chronicle "Even though he wasn’t allowed to actually play with his friends Friday Brian Cushing was one happy (training) camper. Are you kidding? He was on a football field again doing football things while surrounded by football players. Heaven. Football’s fun. Rehab isn’t. “It just feels right to..." July 27
Dr. Andrews has cleared Texans LB Brian Cushing (ACL). He'll be ready to go for training camp, but the team is expected to ease him in.
Dr. James Andrews cleared Texans LB Brian Cushing today. He will be ready for training camp. The team will ease him back into it.
NFL.com "Those who see Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt's dominance up close and personal on a regular basis are running out of superlatives. Texans defensive coordinator Wade Phillips predicted after one season that Watt would end up with a Hall of Fame bust in Canton. One year later, Phillips..." July 03
Houston Chronicle "We’ve heard a lot from Texans linebacker Brian Cushing so far this offseason about the status of his rehab. By all accounts, it’s going very well. What’s been talked about less is the fact that the 2009 first-round draft pick is entering the final year of his contract. The Texans typically..." May 29
NFL.com "Brian Cushing told the Houston Texas' team website in mid-April that he is preparing to be "110 percent" in time for career-best season after tearing his anterior cruciate ligament early last October. So far, so good. Owner Bob McNair said early this offseason that the team's best linebacker..." May 07
Fox Sports Southwest "The offensive lineman who ended Brian Cushing's season and inspired a new NFL rule would like Cushing to know he's sorry. Matt Slauson of the New York Jets hit Cushing, an inside linebacker for the Houston Texans, low and from behind in a game early last season, tearing Cushing's ACL. The NFL..." March 31