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Houston Texans Ambassadors celebrate playoff with Texas Children's patients at pep rally party

Texans Ambassadors celebrate playoff with Texas Children's patients

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Houston Texans cheerleaders celebrate with a Texas Children's Hospital Patient. Paul Photo by Vincent Kuntz/Texas Children’s Hospital
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J.J. Moses celebrates the Texans' play-off berth with Texas Children's Hospital patient. Photo by Paul Vincent Kuntz/Texas Children’s Hospital
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Toro and Houston Texans Ambassador Eric Brown join the coloring adventure. Photo by Paul Vincent Kuntz/Texas Children’s Hospital
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Houston Texans Ambassador Wade Smith with Texas Children's Hospital patient. Photo by Paul Vincent Kuntz/Texas Children’s Hospital
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Although he wasn't there, J.J. Watt plays a role in the play-off celebration. Photo by Paul Vincent Kuntz/Texas Children’s Hospital
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Photo by Paul Vincent Kuntz/Texas Children’s Hospital
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News, Texans at Texas Children's, Jan. 2016, Toro, Eric Brown
News, Texans at Texas Children's, Jan. 2016, Toro, Eric Brown

What: Houston Texans Playoff pep rally.

Where: Texas Children's Hospital.

 The scoop: Three Houston Texans Ambassadors — Eric Brown, J.J. Moses and Wade Smith — led a lively patient pep rally to cheer on the team before it takes on the Kansas City Chiefs in the NFL Wild Card Round playoff game Saturday. The team played games with the patients, colored playoff signs, smiled and cheered in a photo booth, and signed autographs as they brought the playoff spirit to the hospital. 

Who: Toro and Houston Texans cheerleaders Jordan and Randi.