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CB Reeves Suffers Fractured Fibula, Out 6-8 Weeks

The Texans caught a bad break on Tuesday, as John McClain of the Chronicle reports that CB Jacques Reeves suffered a fractured fibula:

Texans cornerback Jacques Reeves suffered a fractured fibula in his leg during the morning practice Tuesday and is going to be out for six to eight weeks.

Reeves was covering receiver Andre Davis in the end zone. Davis made a leaping catch and came down with the ball. Both players fell. Reeves didn’t get up.

Reeves won’t require surgery. He was replaced in practice by rookie Brice McCain, the sixth-round pick from Utah. Glover Quin, the fourth-round pick from New Mexico, would have replaced Reeves, but he’s sidelined because of a bruise on the outside of his knee.

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