Joseph (forearm) was able to again put together a full practice on Friday.
Joseph has started every game for the Texans this season, but found himself on the injury report this week due to a forearm injury. However, he has been able to practice, which seems to imply he is trending toward another start Monday against the Broncos.
Joseph (forearm) practiced Wednesday and is expected to play Monday night against Denver, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Joseph has been dealing with injuries the past two weeks, first a concussion and then a forearm injury.
Joseph (forearm) is not anticipated to miss next Monday's game against the Broncos, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports.
Joseph sustained an injury to his forearm during Sunday night's win over the Colts, and although the results of his Monday MRI have yet to surface, the veteran's ailment still isn't expected to sideline him. That comes as good news for the Texans, especially after teammate Kevin Johnson suffered a broken foot Sunday. With Johnson out, and fellow starter Kareem Jackson (hamstring) nursing an injury of his own, Joseph's importance to Houston's secondary is magnified, so the team will certainly hope he's indeed fine to play in next Monday's tilt.
Joseph already had X-rays on his injured forearm and is scheduled for an MRI on Monday, NFL Network's James Palmer reports. The results of that testing should help clarify the extent of Joseph's injury, which represents a concerning development for Houston's defense. After already losing J.J. Watt (back) for the season, the
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