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Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by CloakNNNdagger, Jul 31, 2016.
Wahahahaha the question is did he use a prosthetic penis ala Lamar Odom
Houston Texans running back D'Onta Foremancould be in line for a breakout year after missing most of the 2018NFLseason while recovering from a torn Achilles suffered in November 2017.
On Tuesday, Texans running backs coach Danny Barrett said Foreman will head into training camp in a much better place after opening last season on the physically unable to perform (PUP) list.
"He's light-years ahead of where he was last year at this time, coming off the injury and everything," Barretttold reporters. "I still think he’s continuing to work hard. I think he’s had a good offseason to date. The time away from here, I thought was well spent for himself. Getting ready to go physically, and I think mentally, right now, is what I look at is each and every day."
I dunno but what do you think C&D, do you find this encouraging or is this just so much wishful thinking ?
Until he is pushing heavy men after contact, I don't think we will know, but all the hype is pointing to he did his work plus some to be ready, stronger and quicker. He looked pretty bad end of last year, so he has to be better than that and seems to have done what it takes, now up to his body and to see if he is one of those that gets on and does not have compensatory injuries
I reckon there weren't any injuries during mini camp, huh?
Yes I too hope he returns by around the start of training camp.
Just heard on Sirius NFL that Watt and Nuk are on the active PUP list.
Justin Reid is on the non-football injury list after being rear-ended in a car wreck. Just sore & bruised, no biggie according to him.
Last few minutes, USA Today reports rookie cornerback Lonnie Johnson will return soon. No further info.
The Chronicle this morning reported that Martin has missed camp due to a "pulled muscle".
Warring is back at practice today
Tweet from @AaronWilson_NFL: Texans' J.J. Watt leaves practice with tight groin as 'Precaution' not expected to practice Tuesday https://www.houstonchronicle.com/sp...-recap-14281138.php?__twitter_impression=true
Not uncommon for this time of year. Part of getting back into "football shape". They don't need to push it though..
Wonder how bad Thomas’ hamstring is. Can’t find anything on it. Anyone?
Previously, I simply read Martin's injury described as a pulled muscle. This morning it was described as a hamstring.
A "hamstring" is a pull of hamstring muscle IIRC.
Well, down goes Mancz and Coutee. I guess, next man up...
Wish doc was here but this is the best I can find per rotoworld:
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports Keke Coutee has been diagnosed with a "not major" ankle injury.
We can only hope, but we need to wait for additional sources before considering Coutee out of the woods. Coutee did post, then delete, an encouraging update on social media. Even a minor ankle issue could hold Coutee out for the rest of the preseason.
SOURCE: Ian Rapoport on Twitter
Aug 8, 2019, 10:54 PM ET
Nobody has anything to report on Greg Mancz ?
Texans' Coutee, McCarron won't be healthy soon
SARAH BARSHOPESPN Staff Writer12:26 PM ET1 Minute Read
HOUSTON -- Texans coach Bill O'Brien said he doesn't expect wide receiver Keke Coutee(ankle) or backup quarterback AJ McCarron(thumb) to be back "soon" for the Texans.
Coutee missed all but six games last season because of injuries to both hamstrings. In those six games, he caught 28 passes for 287 yards and a touchdown.
McCarron injured his thumb during the Texans' joint practice with the Packers on Tuesday. Had he not been injured, the backup quarterback was expected to start in the Texans' first preseason game.
Houston signed quarterback Jordan Ta'amu, an undrafted free agent from Mississippi, on Wednesday but quarterback Joe Webb played the entire preseason game.
ESPN.com: Texans don't expect Coutee, McCarron back 'soon'.
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