Roby made nine tackles (eight solo) in Monday's 30-28 loss to the Saints. The sixth-year pro played all 66 defensive snaps in the season opener, and the Texans tasked Roby with covering star WR Michael Thomas, explaining his impressive tackle count. It's clear Roby is the team's top corner, giving him solid IDP potential, especially in Week 2 versus the Jaguars and rookie QB Gardner Minshew.
Roby (undisclosed) posted three tackles during Thursday's preseason game against the Packers. Roby appears to have returned to full form after being held out of practices due to an undisclosed injury in recent weeks. The 2014 first-round pick appears set for a starting role in Houston's secondary.
Roby (undisclosed) did not practice Saturday, Aaron Reiss of The Athletic reports. It's unclear what's keeping Roby off the field, but the former Broncos corner did miss time throughout OTAs with a minor undisclosed injury, so this could be a related issue.
Roby (undisclosed) practiced in a full capacity for Tuesday's practice during minicamp, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports. Roby had missed OTAs earlier this summer dealing with a minor injury but seems to have shaken it off. The 2014 first-round pick is expected to start for the Texans after logging 50 tackles and an interception for Denver in 2018.
Roby didn't participate in the team portion of OTAs on Wednesday due to an unspecified injury, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports. Coach Bill O'Brien said that he expects Roby to practice at some point in the spring before training camp, per Wilson, suggesting that whatever injury the cornerback is dealing with isn't a major concern. Roby is expected to start for the Texans after logging 50 tackles and an interception for Denver in 2018.
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