Jacques Reeves

Kansas City Chiefs #35 - Cornerback

  • Born: 10/09/82
  • Age: 39
  • Height: 5-11
  • Weight: 188

Getting the Texans fan perspective on Rick Smith with Battle Red Blog


Smith is considered a strong contender for the Atlanta job. How did Texans fans feel about his time in Houston?

Incompletions: Texans v. Jaguars


With so much to write and talk about after every game, and not enough time for one man to write about it all, the masthead joins together and gives their thoughts on the Texans’ savage win over the...

What's The Most Embarrassing Texans Jersey To Own?


The answer might not be a straightforward as you think, which is a rather sad testament to some of the players who have donned a Texans jersey. Battle Red Blog examines the possibilities.

Battle Red Blog Glossary, Edition The Fourth


Now with a handful more of your suggestions, here's the fourth version of all the inside jokes and terms used commonly (or not so commonly) by the blog.

NFL Combine 2015: Cowboys Rooting Guide


Up to 16 players attending the Combine could qualify as 'local' players for the Cowboys, meaning they could be invited for a pre-draft visit without counting against the 30-player limit teams have...

Pre-Draft Workout For Entire TCU Defense?


The NFL allows teams to invite draft prospects from local colleges for a pre-draft workout. For the Cowboys, TCU counts as one of those local colleges.

Battle Red Blog Glossary (Third Edition)


You asked for it. Now here it is, with all the new terms and definitions you helped coin at Battle Red Blog over the last couple of years.

2014 NFL Draft Day 3: Will A Boiler Get Called?


2014 could be the first year in 17 years that a Boiler does not get drafted.

Did the Chiefs improve? CB edition


We continue on with our series looking at the 2012 and 2013 Kansas City Chiefs, position-by-position. Did the Chiefs improve at the cornerback position?

S.N.O.T.: June 8, 2013


It's the weekly open thread at BRB. Bask in its awesomeness.

2010 NFL Draft: Evaluating The Texans


It takes three years to properly evaluate a draft class, according to the old saying, so that puts the 2010 NFL Draft in our sights. Let's take a look at how it panned out for your Houston Texans.

Rick Smith And Free Agency - A History


Does historical revisionism allow us to forget that Ahman Green ever signed with the Texans?