Texans' stadium roof damaged by Hurricane Beryl

Texans' stadium roof damaged by Hurricane Beryl

Jul 10, 2024 by ESPN

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    • ESPN Jul 9, 2024, 06:07 PM ET Several panels were missing from the retractable roof of NRG Stadium, the home of the NFL's Houston Texans, in the aftermath of Hurricane Beryl, which has left millions in Texas without power and the cause for multiple deaths in Texas and Louisiana.
  • "Like many of our neighbors in the Gulf Coast region, NRG Park sustained damage from Hurricane Beryl, including to the roof of NRG Stadium," NRG Park CEO and executive director Ryan Walsh said in a statement Tuesday.
  • NRG Stadium also suffered damage to its roof in 2008 from Hurricane Ike, a Category 2 storm, that resulted in five missing sections and the postponement of a Texans home game in September against the Baltimore Ravens that season.
  • The Texans aren't scheduled to play their first home game until Aug. 17 when they host the New York Giants in a preseason contest.

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