Joseph underwent arthroscopic knee surgery during the offseason, but running is a part of his regimen as of May 10, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports. Aside from an ankle injury that contained him to eight games in 2008, Joseph has appeared in 135 of a possible 144 contests. Along the way, he's picked off 26 passes, returned five of those for touchdowns, and earned Pro Bowl bids in both 2011 and 2012. With plenty of time to achieve full health in advance of the upcoming campaign, he's poised to serve as one of the Texans' starting cornerbacks for the sixth year in a row.
Joseph (knee) is active Sunday against the Bills. After putting in full practices on Thursday and Friday, Joseph will be in the lineup at right cornerback. Despite being arguably the Texans best cornerback, he's only recorded a single interception this season. This week he'll look to contain Sammy Watkins and the Bills receiving corps.
Joseph (knee) was a limited participant at Wednesday's practice, the Houston Chronicle reports. Joseph injured his knee during Week 11's win over the Jets, but we also learned Wednesday that he has a wrist injury.
Joseph, who briefly left Sunday's win over the Jets to have his knee examined, downplayed the severity of the injury, calling it a bruise, the Houston Chronicle reports. Joseph was able to finish off the game, making two tackles and recording two passes defensed in the win. We'll need to see if the knee flares up during the practice week as the Texans prep for a Week 12 game against New Orleans.
Joseph left the game briefly on Sunday with a knee injury but was able to return to the field, Tania Ganguli of ESPN.com reports. Joseph had two tackles in limited play during Sunday's win. So far this season the 10 year veteran has 37 tackles and one interception.
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