Johnson (neck) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Titans. Johnson had been listed as questionable after practicing in a limited capacity all week, but the Texans ultimately weren't comfortable signing off on his return to the lineup. With Johnson concluding the season with a third consecutive absence, lead back David Johnson should be in store for a clear three-down role. Duke Johnson wraps up his 2020 campaign with 235 yards and a touchdown on 77 carries (3.1 yards-per-carry average) to go with 28 receptions for 249 yards and another score.
Johnson (neck) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Titans. Johnson, who last suited up Week 14, logged limited practices this week, which suggests that he has a chance to be active ahead of Sunday's 4:25 p.m. ET kickoff. If Johnson suits up, he would likely fill a complementary role behind top back David Johnson.
Johnson (neck) was a limited participant at practice Wednesday. Johnson didn't practice at all last week, so his limited workout represents a step forward as he looks to move past the neck injury. If cleared to play Sunday against the Titans, Johnson would be in line to reprise his complementary role behind David Johnson.
Johnson (neck) has been ruled out for Sunday's contest versus the Bengals, Aaron Reiss of The Athletic reports. Johnson will miss his second game in a row and fourth overall this season. With Johnson sidelined, David Johnson is set to be the Texans' primary running back Week 16. Behind the second Johnson, Buddy Howell is the likely candidate for reps among the four remaining RBs on the active roster.
Johnson (neck) didn't practice Wednesday. Johnson's absence from practice to begin Week 16 prep isn't the greatest sign with regard to his status for Sunday's against the Bengals. The neck injury kept Johnson out for last week's loss to the Colts, resulting in Buddy Howell and Scottie Phillips working in complementary roles behind lead back David Johnson.
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