Demps (hamstring) is inactive for Saturday's game at New England. The NFL's leader among safeties with six interceptions, Demps' absence further hinders the Texans' ability to stop Tom Brady and company. With Demps out of the lineup, Corey Moore and Andre Hal should garner most of the snaps at safety in the divisional round.
Demps (hamstring) is questionable to play in Saturday's game against the Patriots. Demps aggravated a previous hamstring injury during last weekend's wild-card matchup with the Raiders and was listed as a limited participant in every practice Wednesday through Friday. If he isn't able to play, look for Andre Hal to roll with the starting unit.
Demps (hamstring) returned to practice Wednesday and is considered day-to-day heading into Saturday's divisional-round playoff game against the Patriots. Demps was forced out of last week's wild-card round win over the Raiders, but looks like he'll be ready for the Patriots this week. The 31-year-old veteran finished the regular season with six interceptions, tied for second in the NFL.
Demps (hamstring) has been ruled out of Saturday's wild-card outing versus the Raiders. After pulling ahead 27-7 in the fourth quarter, the decision was made, suggesting the Texans don't want to risk further aggravation to Demps' previously balky hamstring. If a victory is obtained Saturday, his status will be watched closely this week to determine whether active status is possible in the divisional round.
Demps is questionable to return to Saturday's wild-card game against the Raiders due to a hamstring injury, the Houston Chronicle reports. The Texans contained Demps to limited showings both Wednesday and Thursday, but an unhinged practice to wrap up the week provided clearance to take the field in their playoff opener. He appears to have aggravated his hamstring, though, forcing Andre Hal into a more prominent role at safety.