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Four Texans Listed as Questionable for Sunday’s Showdown with the Ravens

The 6-3 Texans final injury report is out, and the team may be without a couple of key players when they take on Lamar Jackson and the 7-2 Ravens on Sunday.

Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports that Bradley Roby (hamstring), Will Fuller (hamstring) and Tashaun Gipson (back) and Laremy Tunsil (shoulder) are all questionable for the key AFC showdown.

For the Ravens, Michael Pierce is not likely to play as he’s listed as doubtful and rookie wide out Hollywood Brown is listed as questionable.

Sunday’s kickoff is set for 1pm.

Video: NFL Week 11 Preview – Texans Look to Take Down Lamar Jackson and the Ravens

The Texans have a tough test on the road this week as they take on Lamar Jackson and the Ravens.

Here’s a preview.

Texans Work Out Veteran Running Backs Jeremy Hill and Elijah McGuire

The Texans remain in the market for running backs, and today they worked out former Bengals running back Jeremy Hill as well as former Jets running back Elijah McGuire.

Hill came to the Bengals in the second round back in 2014, and he played in 54 games for the team, rushing for 29 touchdowns and 2872 yards, putting up 4.1 yards per carry.

He played for New England in 2018, but tore his ACL in the first week of the season against the Texans.

McGuire was a 6th round pick of the Jets back in 2017, appearing in 24 games with five starts, rushing for 591 yards and four TD’s.

Texans vs Jaguars in London NFL Week Nine Inactives

London is the site for an early Sunday game between the Texans and Jaguars, and here are your week nine inactives.


LB Tyrell Adams
WR Will Fuller
S Tashaun Gipson
CB Lonnie Johnson
C Greg Mancz
CB Bradley Roby
OT Laremy Tunsil


RB Tyler Ervin
CB D.J. Hayden
LB Leon Jacobs
DT Dontavius Russell
OT Brandon Thomas
WR Dede Westbrook
LB Quincy Williams

Texans QB Deshaun Watson to Skip Pregame Festivities of the World Series to Rest Eye

Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson will smartly step aside tonight and not take part in pregame festivities of game seven of the World Series, instead he will rest his injured eye.

ESPN reports that the Texans superstar QB was set to yell “Play ball!” before the matchup between the Astros and Nationals.

Instead after getting kicked in the face and eye Sunday in the team’s win over the Raiders he and the team decided it was more important he get rest.

With Watson taking a back seat, the Astros instead will give the opportunity to yell “play ball” to noted Texan Matthew McConaughey.

Watson is expected to be a go for Sunday’s game in London against the rival Jaguars.

Video: Texans Rally to Top Raiders 27-23 to Move to 5-3

The Raiders played aggressive all afternoon down in Houston, but in the end Deshaun Watson was just too good, and Houston topped Oakland 27-24. The loss puts Oakland at 3-4.

Texans Defensive Leader J.J. Watt May Have Torn Pec

The news is not good for Texans defensive leader J.J. Watt, as Ian Rapoport is reporting that the sack monster may be done for the season with a torn pec.

Stay tuned for the results of his MRI which could confirm the tough to swallow news.

Texans Workout Four Linemen Including Former Packers DT Brian Price

The Texans worked out four linemen on Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.

That included former Texas-San Antonio and Packers defensive tackle Brian Price and former Michigan defensive tackle Willie Henry, who was previously with the Ravens.

The Texans also worked out former Boise State center Marcus Henry, previously with the Saints, and former Iowa center Keegan Render, a former Eagles undrafted free agent.