Jackson recorded four tackles in Saturday's 21-7 wild-card round loss to the Colts.
Jackson had his highest snap count since 2012 and recorded a career-high 87 tackles during the regular season. He was moved from cornerback to safety to start the year but played both positions due to injuries. He enters the offseason as an unrestricted free agent, one that the Texans will attempt to bring back. He'll turn 31 in April and showed there's still plenty in the tank.
Jackson (knee) was a limited participant at Wednesday's practice.
Jackson banged up his knee during a Week 16 loss to the Eagles and was predictably limited Wednesday. The day after the injury, coach Bill O'Brien was optimistic about the defensive back's chances of playing Week 17 against Jacksonville.
Coach Bill O'Brien said Monday that he expects Jackson (knee) to play against the Jaguars on Sunday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Jackson suffered a knee injury during Sunday's loss to the Eagles, and was ultimately ruled out to return. However, it appears that Jackson has a solid chance to suit up Week 17. The veteran starter will likely need to practice on at least a limited basis before retaking the field.
Jackson (knee) has been ruled out for the remainder of Sunday's tilt against the Eagles.
The Texans' depth in the secondary will certainly be tested with Jackson sidelined, as fellow cornerback Kayvon Webster has also been ruled out with a thigh injury. Jackson's next chance to return will come in Week 17 against the Jaguars.
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