1. On January 3rd 2014 a consortium headed by Bob McNair made a bid to buy Reading FC.
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2. Bob McNair now serves as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of The McNair Group, a financial and real estate company which is headquartered in Houston, Texas.
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3. Houston Texans owner Bob McNair is under fire for disparaging comments he made at a closed-door meeting about allowing players to kneel during the national anthem.
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7. Bob McNair served as chairman and chief executive officer of The McNair Group, a financial and real estate firm that is headquartered in Houston, Texas.
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19. In 1999, Bob McNair sold the company to Enron for a reported $1.5 billion and used the proceeds from the sale to secure the Texans as an NFL expansion franchise.
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20. Bob McNair described his political leanings to USA Today in 2004, saying that he supports many politicians whose opinions happen to be conservative.
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24. Houston Texans founder and owner Robert Bob McNair dies at 81.
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25. Houston Texans owner Bob McNair passes away at age 81.
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26. Bob McNair had battled both leukemia and squamous cell carcinoma in recent years before his passing in Houston on Friday.
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28. Houston Texans founder and owner Bob McNair dies at 81.
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30. Bob McNair stepped in to fill the void left when the Oilers left Houston for Nashville after the 1996 season.
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34. Bob McNair successfully landed an expansion franchise for Houston in 1999, two years after the Oilers moved to Tennessee and became the Titans.
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39. Bob McNair had been serving as the chairman of the NFL's finance committee.
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42. Bob McNair was the driving force for bringing an NFL team back to Houston after the Oilers left in 1996.
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44. Bob McNair brought the NFL back to Houston when he spent $700 million for an expansion franchise in 1998.
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45. Bob McNair is survived by his wife and his four children, Cal, Cary, Melissa and Ruth, and 15 grandchildren.
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46. Bob McNair raised eyebrows in 1999 when he paid $700 million for the franchise, six years after expansion teams were awarded to Jacksonville and Carolina for $140 million.
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47. Bob McNair was responsible for bringing the NFL back to Houston after the Oilers left for Tennessee.
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49. Along the way, Bob McNair became a respected voice in the room at NFL meetings, an owner who didn't talk a lot but whose words carried weight when he did choose to stand up.
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52. Bob McNair owned a successful thoroughbred horse farm and stable in Kentucky, and he was head of multiple companies that oversaw the family's investments.
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54. Bob McNair was a 1958 South Carolina graduate who moved to Houston in 1960.
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57. Bob McNair was an influential figure in league circles frequently consulted by NFL executives and his fellow owners on important matters.
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58. Bob McNair was chairman of the NFL finance committee and a member of the audit, compensation and chairman committees.
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60. Bob McNair is survived by his wife, Janice, sons Cal and Cary, daughters Ruth and Melissa and 15 grandchildren and two great grandsons.
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66. On September 12, 2007, Bob McNair gave $100 million to Baylor College of Medicine to recruit top scientists and physicians.
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