Clark (concussion) has been cleared to play in Sunday's tilt against the Chiefs.
Clark exited last week's wild-card victory over the Bills to be evaluated for a concussion. The issue never seemed to be too serious, as he logged full practices all week. Barring any setbacks, look for him to take on his usual role at right tackle.
Clark exited Saturday's game against the Bills to be evaluated for a concussion.
If placed in the concussion protocol, he'll need to be fully cleared by an independent doctor in order to play in the divisional game next weekend. Rockerick Johnson would likely be the next man up at right tackle for Houston.
Clark (hip) does not have an injury tag for Week 15 against the Titans.
Clark put in two limited practices this week before fully participating Friday. He'll provide depth on the Texans' offensive line against Tennessee.
Clark (coach's decision) is inactive for Week 11.
Clark is buried on the depth chart as a depth offensive tackle. Laremy Tunsil (shoulder) will get the start at left tackle for the Texans.
Clark (lower leg) signed a contract with the Texans on Wednesday.
Clark signed with the Saints in mid-August and was carted off the field later in the preseason before landing on injured reserve and eventually being waived. Almost two months later, the veteran offensive tackle is now healthy and will provide some depth up front for Houston.
Clark (lower leg) was placed on injured reserve Wednesday, Herbie Teope of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports.
Clark was carted off the field with an air cast on his lower right leg in Sunday's preseason game against the Chargers after he appeared to get rolled up on in a pile. The 33-year-old started 13 games for the Panthers last season and signed with the Saints earlier in August, but he'll now miss the 2019 season.
Clark (leg) had to be carted off the field in Sunday's preseason game against the Chargers, Herbie Teope of The Times-Picayune reports.
Clark needed an air cast on his lower right leg after getting rolled up on in a pile. The exact extent of the injury is unknown at this time, but a multiweek absence can be expected.
Clark participated in the Saints' practice Monday, Herbie Teope of the New Orleans' Times-Picayune reports.
Clark's participation in Monday's practice indicates that an official announcement of his signing with the Saints is only a matter of time. The veteran tackle projects to compete for a depth role along New Orleans' offensive line.
Clark signed a contract with the Panthers on Wednesday, Joe Person of The Athletic reports.
Clark signed in conjunction with the placement of Darryl Williams (knee) on injured reserve. The 32-year-old veteran, who started eight games with Houston last season before suffering an ankle injury, is likely to play an immediate role against the Falcons on Sunday.
The Texans will place Clark (ankle) on injured reserve Wednesday, John McClain of the Houston Chronicle reports.
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.
Clark (calf) was ruled out for Sunday's game against the Seahawks, Gregg Bell of The Tacoma News Tribune reports.
Clark's role was likely to diminish with the return of veteran Duane Brown from a holdout, but the calf injury further ensured the latter's immediate return to the starting lineup. Kendall Lamm and Julien Davenport will serve as reserve offensive tackles until Clark returns.
Clark (calf) is likely out for one or two weeks, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
It seems very likely that Clark does not play in Week 8's matchup with the Seahawks while having a chance to return for Week 9. Regardless, with Duane Brown ending his holdout and reporting to the team this week, he could take over as the Texans' starting left tackle moving forward.
Clark injured his calf during Sunday's game against the Browns and won't return, Deepi Sidhu of the Texans' official site reports.
The Texans have a bye week ahead, so Clark will have an extra week to recover. For the rest of the game, Kendall Lamm will fill in at left tackle.
Clark (shoulder) started at left tackle in Wednesday's preseason opener against the Panthers, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Clark, who's bouncing back from offseason shoulder surgery, appears set to open the regular season as a starting bookend opposite RT Kendall Lamm.
Texans OT Chris Clark is expected to replace Duane Brown (thumb, questionable) in the starting lineup if Brown can't go, the Houston Chronicle reports.
The Texans made a move to shore up their offensive line, reportedly acquiring veteran tackle Chris Clark from the Broncos in exchange for a seventh-round pick, per the Denver Post.
Clark has been in the league for eight seasons, the last five of which were with Denver. His addition helps a Houston offensive line in need of depth.