Houston opted to shut Clark down for the season after it became clear he would miss additional time after injuring his ankle in Monday's loss to the Ravens. Clark, who has served as the Texans' starting left tackle for most of the season while Duane Brown held out before being dealt to the Seahawks in October, will likely be replaced by Kendall Lamm.
Clark will not return to Monday's game against the Ravens with an ankle injury.
Clark sustained the injury in the first half and was initially tabbed questionable to return. Kendall Lamm has stepped in at left tackle in his absence.
Clark (calf) practiced at full speed Saturday and will be available for Monday's game against the Ravens.
Clark will slot back into his starting left tackle role that he's manned since the trade of Duane Brown.
Clark (calf) won't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Colts.
Clark sat out last Sunday's loss to the Seahawks with a strained calf but was able to practice on a limited basis this week. The 32-year-old is the logical candidate to start at left tackle after the trade of Duane Brown, who Clark filled in for during the former's six-game holdout to start the season.
Clark (calf) is expected to return to practice this week, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Clark missed last Sunday's matchup with the Seahawks due to a strained calf. If Clark is indeed able to return this week, there's a solid chance he'll reclaim a starting role at left tackle after the Texans traded Duane Brown to the Seahawks on Monday, one week after Brown ended his season-long holdout.
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