He returns home to his native Texas after covering sports in Seattle and Charlotte for 12 years. He also worked for television stations in Bryan-College Station, Lubbock and Wichita, Kansas.
In a career that started in the early 90s, Greg has covered the Super Bowl, the Daytona 500, the Major League All Star game and the Final Four.
Greg started school in Houston at Spring Shadows Elementary before his family moved to Anchorage, Alaska. He attended high school in Arlington and graduated from Texas A&M with a bachelor's degree in English.
He enjoys charity work and remains committed to the Hendrick Marrow Program, founded by NASCAR owner Rick Hendrick.
Greg's work in broadcasting has been recognized with Emmy, Edward R. Murrow, Associated Press and Kansas Association Of Broadcasters awards.
Three big keys for the Texans in the regular season finale against Tennessee? Stay healthy. Stay healthy. Stay healthy, says Greg Bailey.
The Texans have earned the right to control their playoff destiny.
The Colts aren't a .500 team by accident. Their defense ranks 29th in the league and the Texans need to take advantage of that to win a critical AFC South match-up.
Claire Jeffress first teed it up on the football field in the seventh grade.
Bill O'Brien told reporters he expects Watt to play against the Bears on Sunday, but he offered no specifics as to how much.