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Old 11-10-2014, 03:30 PM   #1
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Texans speak on linebacker coach Mike Vrabel's stolen Super Bowl rings

The Texans returned from a bye week to discuss their next opponent, but some players talked about how one of their coaches was a burglary victim over the weekend.

On Saturday, Texans linebacker coach Mike Vrabel, who won three Super Bowls with the New England Patriots, said his championship rings were taken during a burglary of his Bellaire home.

"To all the Houston area shops: 3 super bowl rings are headed your way. Courtesy of the (redacted) who smashed our back door in," Vrabel said on his Twitter account.

Vrabel's wife, Jen Vrabel said in a tweet that the family was attending their son's basketball game during the burglary.

Center Chris Myers said the burglary hit close to home for him.

"I'm right down the street from him (Vrabel)... it affects your security of your family and that's the biggest thing that concerns me," Myers said.

"It's extremely unfortunate. He worked so dang hard for something like that, especially three of them. It's terribly sad and I sure hope they find them," said Texans defensive end J.J. Watt.

Vrabel had a 13-year career in the NFL, spending the majority of it with the Patriots. He also had stops with the Pittsburgh Steelers and Kansas City Chiefs.

He was an assistant coach at Ohio State from 2011-2013 until being hired by Bill O'Brien to be the linebackers coach for the Texans.

We'll have more details on this story this afternoon on Local 2 News.



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