Clowney (elbow/wrist) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Packers, ESPN's Adam Caplan reports. Clowney's limited participation in practice throughout the week at least gave the Texans hope he would be able to play in Week 13, but he'll ultimately be sidelined. Joel Heath and Antonio Smith figure to see additional reps at defensive end as a result.
Clowney (elbow/wrist) is questionable to play Sunday against Green Bay. Though Clowney was limited in every practice this week, nothing suggests he's in actual danger of missing Sunday's game. Look for his status to be confirmed prior to kickoff.
Clowney (elbow) had three tackles, including a sack and a tackle for a loss in Houston's 20-13 win over Detroit on Sunday. For the first time since being selected first overall in the 2014 draft, Clowney has been healthy and contributing to Houston's defense. He's playing primarily defensive end and, since J.J. Watt (back) was placed on injured reserve, is getting more attention. Sunday's sack, his third of the season, was his first since Week 4.
Clowney (elbow) is active for Sunday's Week 8 tilt versus the Lions, the team's official site reports. The standout defensive end will be available to get after Matthew Stafford, who, given the Lions' pass-heavy attack, should be dropping back more than enough times to give Clowney some sack opportunities.
Clowney (elbow) is questionable to play Sunday against the Lions. Clowney was limited throughout the week with an elbow injury. The details of such aren't clear, but The Houston Chronicle reported that Clowney stated he is fine and will be ready to play.