Clowney had a season-high eight tackles (seven solo), including four for losses on running plays, in Houston's 31-13 loss to Minnesota. He also flushed quarterback Sam Bradford out of the pocket twice.
This may have been Clowney's best overall game since he entered the NFL in 2014. And he needs to be at his best now that J.J. Watt (back) it out of action.
Johnson (foot) will be placed on IR and is out for the remainder of the season, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Johnson broke his foot in Sunday's game but missed just one play, playing much of the second half with the injury. It isn't yet clear if he'll need surgery or let the injury heal on its own but either way the team will likely place him on IR in the near future. Robert Nelson and A.J. Bouye figure to see extra time with Johnson out.
Simon recorded six tackles, three quarterback hits and 1.5 sacks in Houston's win over Kansas City in Week 2. He's recorded sacks in each of the first two games.
Simon, who had 5.0 sacks in 2015, made some big plays during preseason, forcing the coaching staff to find a spot for him in the starting lineup. As such, defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel moved Jadeveon Clowney to defensive end in order to get Simon on the field.
Demps (calf) sat out practice Thursday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Demps missed all of last week's practices due to his calf injury before being ruled out for Week 6. If he's unable to practice the rest of the week it seems unlikely that he'd be able to play in Week 7. Corey Moore got the start in Week 6 and will likely continue to see extra time while Demps is out.
Fuller (hamstring) will play Monday night against the Broncos, ESPN's Sarah Barshop reports.
Fuller was active last weekend, but ended up not playing against the Colts due to his hamstring. Since then, he's apparently made enough strides in practice for coach Bill O'Brien to confirm his status in advance of Monday's kickoff. While that clarity helps fantasy owners in timing their decision-making, Fuller's matchup with Denver's vaunted secondary should've tempered expectations of him even if he wasn't a bit banged-up.
Keo resigned with the Broncos on Tuesday, Mike Klis of 9News.com reports.
Keo rejoins the team just a few days after they parted ways. The safety was suspended for the first two weeks of the season but is now able to take the field again. He'll compete with rookies Justin Simmons and Will Parks for a backup safety position.