Prosise (illness) is ruled out for Sunday's game against the Colts, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Prosise is currently hospitalized with a non-COVID-related stomach illness, which explains his absence from practice this week. With David Johnson (concussion) inching toward a return from IR, it seems likely that Prosise's role would have been diminished even if he were healthy.
Prosise (illness) did not practice Thursday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Prosise has now missed back-to-back practices, making his availability for Sunday's game against the Colts unclear. He's coming off his best game of the season, but with David Johnson (concussion) apparently nearing a return, Prosise could find himself relegated back to a depth role even if he manages to get fully healthy.
Prosise didn't participate in Wednesday's practice due to an illness.
This is tough news for Prosise, as the Notre Dame product is coming off his best game of the season, supplying five carries for 12 yards and a touchdown catch in a Thanksgiving win. To make matters worse, David Johnson (concussion) was designated for a return off injured reserve Wednesday, so the opportunities could be disappearing soon. Look for Prosise's practice availability the rest of the week to shed a light on his chances to play in Sunday's game against the Colts.
Prosise had five carries for 12 yards, caught his lone target for a two-yard touchdown and lost fumble in Thursday's 41-25 win over the Lions.
Prosise scored his first touchdown of the season in the win. The five-year veteran spent the last three weeks as the primary backup to Duke Johnson while David Johnson (concussion) spent time on injured reserve. He's been getting a little more work each week, but David Johnson is eligible to return Week 13 against Indianapolis. Prosise's window of relevance may have shut.
Prosise had three carries for four yards and played 15 snaps in Sunday's 27-20 win over the Patriots.
The carries and snap count were season highs for Prosise, who is playing second fiddle to Duke Johnson. With David Johnson (concussion) out for at least one more week, Prosise should be in the mix for Week 12 against the Lions on Thursday. Duke Johnson's done very little as the lead back -- 40 carries, 110 yards, 2.8 YPC -- so Prosise could grab a larger share of the load in a short week.
Prosise replaced DeAndre Carter as the primary returner on kickoffs in Sunday's 10-7 loss to Cleveland, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
The Texans grew frustrated by a lack of production on returns, so they reduced Carter's role on both kickoffs and punts. Prosise handled kickoffs, returning two for 39 yards, including a 24-yard return. He also was targeted once on offense but lost two yards on the reception, and he doesn't seem likely to gain a bigger role on offense while David Johnson (concussion) is sidelined.
The Texans have elevated Prosise to their active roster, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
This marks the second time this season that Prosise has joined Houston's active roster from its practice squad. With David Johnson (concussion) sidelined, Prosise is expected to back up Duke Johnson, Buddy Howell and Scottie Phillips in the backfield.
Prosise signed to the Texans' practice squad Tuesday.
The 26-year-old was released from Houston's active roster Monday but will remain in the organization on the practice squad. Prosise has played in five games this season but has only one carry for one yard while playing five total offensive snaps.
The Texans released Prosise on Monday, Aaron Wilson of The Houston Chronicle reports.
Prosise was called up from the practice squad when Duke Johnson was dealing with an ankle injury earlier this season, and he played just five offensive snaps over six games. It's possible Prosise was competing with Buddy Howell to stick around on Houston's active roster, but Howell blocked a punt in Sunday's loss Green Bay and eliminated all doubt about his role with the team. Prosise could seek a new opportunity elsewhere, but if he doesn't find a fit, he may land back on the practice squad.
Prosise has been promoted to the active roster for Week 4 against Minnesota, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
With Duke Johnson (ankle) sidelined, Prosise has been the primary backup to David Johnson. He had one carry in Sunday's loss to the Steelers.
Prosise had one carry for one yard in Sunday's 28-21 loss to the Steelers.
Prosise, who was activated from the practice squad last week, had his first carry of the season, which came inside the red zone. He played just two snaps and five overall since being activated.
The Texans elevated Prosise to the active roster Saturday.
With Duke Johnson (ankle) considered questionable heading into Week 3, Prosise will add depth to the Texans' backfield in a tough matchup against the Steelers. Prosise logged three offensive snaps and no touches when he suited up in Week 2 against the Ravens.
Prosise reverted to the Texans' practice roster Monday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Duke Johnson (ankle) missed Week 2's loss to the Ravens, so Prosise was promoted and played eight snaps. If Johnson is unable to play in Week 3 versus the Steelers, expect Prosise to be called back up.
Prosise was elevated to the Texans' active roster Saturday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.
With Duke Johnson (ankle) considered questionable for Sunday's game versus the Ravens, Prosise will add depth in the backfield. After catching 10 of 12 targets over 125 snaps in 2019, Prosise is an adequete replacement for Johnson's style of play.
Prosise was added to the protected list of training squad players for Week 2, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Prosise, who was also protected last week, which could be useful if Duke Johnson's not over an ankle injury by the weekend. Johnson was injured during the third quarter of Week 1's loss to the Ravens and described as week-to-week following the game. However, Houston head coach Bill O'Brien referred to Johnson as day-to-day Monday.
The Texans designated Prosise as one of their protected practice-squad players ahead of Thursday's season opener against the Chiefs, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Under revised practice squad rules in 2020, teams are able to protect up to four players by Tuesday of each week, which prevents another team from signing that player. The protected list is subject to change weekly. If Prosise isn't added to the 53-man roster before the season opener, he's free to terminate his practice squad contract and sign with another team one day after the game.
Prosise will join the Texans' practice squad, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Death, taxes and coach Bill O'Brien acquiring pass-catching running backs. Depth is a crucial factor for all teams, but especially so with a myriad of different injury designations potentially creeping up at untimely situations throughout 2020, so Prosise's value as a practice squad player cannot be understated. The Texans are already loaded at the position thanks to the versatility of David Johnson and Duke Johnson, but should either one go down then expect to see Prosise called up to the active roster should he prove to be recovered from 2019's gruesome arm injury.
Prosise had a workout with the Lions earlier this week, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
The oft-injured running back finished last season on IR after he broke his arm in Seattle's Week 16 loss to the Cardinals. Prosise likely completed his recovery months ago, but it's hard to see where he'd fit in with the Lions. Another team might offer him a better opportunity to earn passing-down snaps.
Prosise (arm) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday.
It was already reported that Prosise would miss the rest of the season, but the team placed both him and fellow running back Chris Carson (hip) on injured reserve to open up roster spots for Marshawn Lynch and Robert Turbin.
Prosise (arm) will be out for the rest of the season after getting injured in Seattle's Week 16 loss to the Cardinals, according to coach Pete Carroll, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.
Prosise and Chris Carson (hip) -- who also suffered a season-ending injury in Sunday's game -- join Rashaad Penny (knee) on the list of Seahawks running backs to be lost for the season in recent weeks. Travis Homer emerges as the team's lone healthy running back in the wake of the carnage. Expect the team to bring in some competition for Homer heading into the Week 17 finale against San Francisco, as Homer had never logged a touch at the NFL level prior to the past two games.
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