'No Layups' jam-packed with Houston Texans talk, WWE Wrestlemania, Texas winter storm relief and Grammy nominated Jason Baum

Thursday's "No Layups" with ABC13's David Nuno and Raheel Ramzanali is jam packed with developments at the Houston Texans, a good deed from one of the NFL's toughest players, a lesson on wrestling smack talk, and a Grammy nominee who could take home an honor for his work with the Beastie Boys.

Here are the things on tap with David and Raheel.

New Texans head coach builds his staff

Houston Texans head coach David Culley faced the media for his second ever news conference as a member of the franchise. Just the day before, Culley set his coaching staff, which features Lovie Smith as Culley's associate head coach and defensive coordinator; and Pep Hamilton, a one-time XFL head coach and the man who as of now is Deshaun Watson's quarterbacks coach.

The guys break down Culley's remarks from his noon-time virtual news conference, as well as assess the staff he has built for what's left of the Texans.

NFL player steps up for winter storm relief

From on the field moves to generous ones off of it, "No Layups" welcomes Los Angeles Rams nose tackle Sebastian Joseph-Day to the show.

The defensive lineman, who will enter his fourth season in the league, talks with David and Raheel about the good deed he is performing for Houston-area youth. He is helping feed 7,000 kids impacted by the winter storm.

Joseph-Day, who is from Pennsylvania and played collegiate football at Rutgers, explains what possessed him to help our area, which is still in need after last month's weather disaster.

The guys go to wrestling promo class

The show then "lays the smack down" with WWE superstar Damian Priest, who, along with his fellow wrestlers, are on the road to Wrestlemania, which is the sports entertainment company's biggest event every year.

Priest talks with the guys about teaming up with Latin pop star Bad Bunny, who is WWE's current "24/7" Champion.

Grammy nominee looks ahead to big night

David and Raheel talk with Jason Baum, who is currently nominated for his third Grammy award his work on 'Beastie Boys Story.

Baum also produced the music video for R&B singer and songwriter Jhené Aiko's new song titled "Lead the Way," written for Disney's upcoming "Raya and the Last Dragon" film.

He also helped produce Beyoncé's "Black is King," which was nominated for Best Music Film, Kendrick Lamar's "HUMBLE" and Arcade Fire's "We Exist" music videos.

You can also play this episode of "No Layups" and catch up on previous shows from ABC13 on your favorite streaming devices, like Roku, FireTV, AppleTV and AndroidTV. Just search "ABC13 Houston."



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