More Texans turnover: Team president resigns after 20 years
By AP Sports Writer
Houston Texans president Jamey Rootes has resigned after more than 20 years, the team's latest move in an offseason of upheaval.
The announcement was made Wednesday and said that Rootes was leaving to pursue interests as a writer, public speaker, consultant and professor at the University of Houston.
Rootes was hired in 2000 as the Texans began preparations for their expansion season in 2002. He was responsible for all of the team's business functions, incl...