Jones (hamstring) has been ruled out of Sunday's game against the Broncos.
Jones has not been on the practice field this week and accordingly will sit out Week 14. Buddy Howell now sits third on the Texans' backfield depth chart.
Jones won't return to Sunday's game against the Patriots after suffering a hamstring injury.
Jones' role is primarily on special teams, so this news shouldn't have much if any effect on Houston's offense. Hamstring injuries are often tough to rehab from, but a further update on Jones' status sometime after the game should help clear up his status moving forward.
Jones (hip) was a full participant in Thursday's practice, Sarah Barshop of ESPN.com reports.
Jones was limited in Wednesday's practice, but he now seems back to full health. He'll contribute on special teams Week 8 while playing a reserve role behind Carlos Hyde and Duke Johnson.
Jones (hip) was a limited participant at Wednesday's practice.
Jones has been active for four of seven games but played only on special teams. The Texans brought in a couple of running backs for workouts this week but did not sign anyone, so Jones remains the team's third running back behind Carlos Hyde and Duke Johnson.
Jones (hip) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice.
Jones wasn't able to suit up Week 6 versus the Chiefs due to a hip issue, but he's now resumed practicing without limitations. Barring any setbacks, the veteran running back is set to play his usual role on special teams Sunday against the Colts.
Jones (hip) won't play in Sunday's contest against the Chiefs.
Jones had been limited during practice all week while tending to the hip injury, as the injury will keep him out at least a week. The veteran has yet to record an offensive statistic this season, so his absence won't effect the offense too much. Buddy Howell will be deployed as the team's third-string back.
Jones is questionable for Sunday's game against the Chiefs with a hip injury.
Jones has been limited in practice all week, indicating that his availability for Sunday could come down to a game-time decision. Even if Jones does suit up, he's not likely to make an impact in the box score, as he has not recorded an offensive statistic so far this season.
Jones (hamstring) was a full participant in Thursday's practice.
Jones was limited in practice Wednesday but appears back to full health. He's missed two games due to an elbow injury, but the special teams contributor could be active for Sunday's tilt against the Panthers.
Jones was a limited participant at Wednesday's practice due to a hamstring injury.
Jones missed the last two games due to an elbow injury.
Jones (elbow) is inactive for Sunday's game versus the Chargers.
Jones will miss his second straight game. When Jones last suited up in Week 1, he was only used in a special teams role since Carlos Hyde and Duke Johnson are the top running backs.
Jones (elbow) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game versus the Chargers.
Jones is in danger of missing his second straight game after being a limited participant in practice all week. The 31-year-old only contributed on special teams in the season opener, and he's expected to continue a similar role behind Carlos Hyde and Duke Johnson once healthy.
Jones (elbow) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice.
Jones missed this past Sunday's game after suffering an elbow injury during practice. He still worked as a limited participant leading up to that contest, so his limited designation isn't exactly a positive sign. Nevertheless, Jones has two more practices to prove he's ready to go. If he can shake the injury, expect him to make the most of his contributions as a return man.
Jones (elbow) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Jaguars.
Jones first popped up on the injury report as a limited participant in practice Friday. His absence will open up available snaps on special teams.
Jones (elbow) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game versus the Jaguars.
Jones didn't show signs of an injury until he was a limited participant in Friday's practice. He strictly played on special teams in the season opener, so the offensive dynamic won't be affected if Jones can't go.
Jones rushed seven times for 28 yards and added an 11-yard catch on his lone target while also losing a fumble in Thursday's 28-26 preseason opening loss to the Packers.
Jones got the start in this one and turned in a serviceable performance. He's among the candidates for the No. 3 running back job behind Lamar Miller and the newly-acquired Duke Johnson, but Jones is far from a lock to make the Texans' roster, so he'll need to play well over the remainder of preseason and make sure to avoid putting the ball on the ground again.
Jones is competing for backup slotting behind Lamar Miller following the release of D'Onta Foreman, Aaron Reiss of The Athletic reports.
At 6-foot, 195 pounds, Jones isn't a bruising back like Jones, but for now there's a wide open competition for depth chart positioning behind Miller. Jones could stick around thanks to his special-teams prowess.
Jones signed a contract with the Texans on Monday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.
Jones appeared in six games with the Bills in 2018 as the team's special-teams captain before landing on injured reserve due to a neck injury. Now healthy, the 30-year-old projects to hold a role on special teams, assuming he makes the 53-man roster.
The Bills moved Jones (neck) to injured reserve Wednesday, Chris Brown of the team's official site reports.
Jones hadn't played since Oct. 14 due to the neck injury and didn't seem to be making much progress in his recovery, as he failed to practice in any capacity prior to the Bills' Week 8 loss to the Patriots. The transaction opens up a roster spot for quarterback Matt Barkley, who was signed to a one-year deal to provide added insurance behind Nathan Peterman while Josh Allen (shoulder) and Derek Anderson (concussion) tend to injuries.
Jones (neck) will not play in Monday's matchup with the Patriots, Matthew Fairburn of The Athletic reports.
Jones will miss his second straight game due to a neck injury he suffered in Week 6 against the Texans. His absence at practice throughout the week makes this news relatively unsurprising. LeSean McCoy (concussion) is still in the league's protocol and Chris Ivory has a minor hamstring injury, which leaves Marcus Murphy as the team's only truly healthy back. Even if the first two veterans play Monday -- which still seems likely -- Murphy is the guy most likely to fill Jones' special teams duties.
Jones (neck) didn't practice Thursday, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.
Jones originally suffered a neck injury in Week 6 against the Texans, and was unable to suit up in Week 7. His status for Week 8 is still up in the air, but this news certainly doesn't bode well for his return to the field. If Jones is unable to suit up in Week 8, Marcus Murphy would likely continue to assume his role on special teams and provide depth at running back.
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