Henderson (back) is fully recovered from the "relatively minor" back injury that prompted his placement on Houston's non-football injury list this preseason, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Henderson agreed to an injury settlement Monday and has been released from the Texans' NFI list. It sounds like he's in a good spot from a health standpoint, and there should be plenty of teams that could use the 6-foot-7 right tackle who used to be a starter for the Bills.
The Texans cut Henderson (back) from the non-football injury list Monday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Henderson appeared in four games (one start) with the Texans this season. The 27-year-old offensive tackle has reportedly already recovered from his back injury, in which case he could draw interest as a depth option elsewhere in the league.
Henderson (undisclosed) was placed on the reserve/non-football injury list Wednesday.
Henderson played five snaps on special teams during Sunday's win over the Chiefs and the specifics of his injury are unclear. Chris Clark and Dan Skipper were signed to bolster the Texans' depth at offensive tackle.
Henderson (illness) was a full participant at Wednesday's practice.
Henderson was inactive for Sunday's loss to the Panthers due to the illness, but he should be good to go Week 5. The 27-year-old should fill his regular role as a reserve offensive tackle.
Henderson has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Panthers due to an illness.
Henderson was unable to practice all week, rendering this news relatively unsurprising. His absences leaves Roderick Johnson as the team's lone backup tackle.
Henderson is expected to be the Texans' starting right tackle to kick off the 2019 season, John McClain of the Houston Chronicle reports.
The news was delivered by general manager Brian Glain at the NFL combine. Henderson won the starting job last season but suffered a season-ending foot injury in Week 1. The 27-year-old has started three games in the past three seasons between the Texans and Bills. He signed a one-year contract with Houston this offseason, so he will seemingly be playing for a long-term deal.
Henderson (ankle) signed a one-year, $4.5 million contract with the Texans on Saturday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Henderson signed a one-year deal with the Texans last March and began the season as the team's starting right tackle, only to suffer a broken ankle in the season opener. Houston will likely look for the 26-year-old to fill the same role heading into the 2019 season.
As expected, Henderson (ankle) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Henderson is expected to undergo season ending ankle surgery in the near future after going down in Sunday's season opening loss to the Patriots. Kendall Lamm is the most likely candidate to replace him as the team's starting right tackle going forward.
Henderson (ankle) will undergo surgery and won't play again in 2018, Sarah Barshop of ESPN.com reports.
Henderson was the Texans' starter at right tackle and his injury is an unfortunate blow for the team early on in the season. He'll likely get moved over to IR in the near future to free up a roster spot.
Henderson (ankle) suffered a broken bone in his ankle during Sunday's game against the Patriots, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports.
Henderson was already ruled out for the remainder of Sunday's season opener. Kendall Lamm will replace Henderson at right tackle as long as the 26-year-old is sidelined. It remains to be seen how much time Henderson will miss with his recovery.
Henderson is out for the rest of Sunday's game against the Patriots due to an ankle injury, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
In his place, Kendall Lamm entered the game at right tackle. Expect an update on Henderson's injury after the contest.
Henderson had a non-cancerous cyst removed a few weeks ago and returned to practice Monday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Cysts are common among people who have dealt with Crohn's disease, which Henderson overcame while a member of the Bills in 2016. "He's been good since he arrived here," Texans coach Bill O'Brien said. "Very focused guy, really a player that's improved since the day he walked in here: knowledge of the system, techniques that we coach, those things, and I'm glad we have him." Henderson is expected to be the starting right tackle when the season opens Sunday against New England.
Henderson (undisclosed) was back on the field Wednesday after being limited to conditioning work Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Head coach Bill O'Brien downplayed the injury when discussing it Tuesday, so it's not surprising to see Henderson back. Henderson is anchoring the right tackle spot on the offensive line.
Henderson didn't practice Tuesday because of a minor undisclosed injury, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Head coach Bill O'Brien downplayed Henderson's injury, noting the starting right tackle will be fine. The Texans were hit hard by injuries on the offensive line last season and are hoping to keep the unit relatively intact in 2018.
Henderson signed a contract with the Texans on Tuesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Henderson played a reserve role for the Bills in 2017, and he'll likely slot into the same role for Houston in 2018.
Henderson (back) was a full participant in practices Thursday and Friday and doesn't carry an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Dophins.
Because Cordy Glenn (foot, ankle) has been ruled out, Henderson is the next man up if left tackle Dion Dawkins is injured Sunday. Henderson will also see the field on occasions when the Bills use six offensive linemen.
Henderson was limited in practice Thursday due to a back injury.
Henderson could miss his second straight contest due to the back injury, which would leave the Bills very thin in reserve offensive linemen.
Henderson (back) is inactive for Sunday's matchup with the Colts.
Henderson was held out of practice on Thursday and Friday due to his back injury, but the team was holding out hope he'd recover in time for Sunday's game. His absence will leave the Bills' offensive line reserves rather thin for the week.
Henderson (back) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Colts.
Henderson wasn't on the practice field Thursday and Friday, but the Bills haven't ruled out their reserve lineman. With multiple offensive linemen on the Bills' injury report, he could be the next man up come Sunday.
Henderson (back) did not participate in practice Thursday.
Henderson was a full participant in practice Wednesday, meaning he likely suffered the back injury during the practice session. Friday's injury report will be key in determining his status for Sunday's game against the Colts.