Houston Texans owner Bob McNair died Friday in Houston, the team announced. He was 81. “It is with deep sadness that we announce Houston Texans Founder, Senior Chairman and Chief Executive Officer and philanthropist, Robert C. McNair passed away peacefully in Houston today with his loving wife, Janice, and his family by his side,” the team said in a statement. McNair was the reason and driving force for bringing an NFL team back to Houston after the Oilers left in 1996. In October 1999, NFL owners awarded McNair the 32nd NFL franchise. He also helped bring two Super Bowls to

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