Conley (hip) is officially active for Sunday's matchup against Denver.
Conley missed last week's game against the Patriots with the issue but, as evidenced by this news, will return to the lineup. Now that the 24-year-old officially is healthy, he's expected to bolster the Texans' secondary as they take on Drew Lock in his second career start.
Conley (hip) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Broncos.
Conley logged three limited practices this week just as he did prior to ultimately being inactive Week 13. Consequently, Houston would be without some depth in the secondary.
Conley (hip) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Patriots.
Conley was limited in practice all week, but he'll miss his first game of the season. The third-year corner has played nearly every snap since arriving in Houston via trade from the Raiders, but the Texans should absorb the loss adequately with Lonnie Johnson (ankle) and Bradley Roby (hamstring) back in the lineup.
Conley (hip) is questionable for Sunday's game against New England, Sarah Barshop of ESPN.com reports.
Conley was limited in practice all week due to a hip injury, so his availability for Week 13 could come down to a game-time decision. The 2017 first-round pick has played a key role in Houston's secondary since joining the team Week 8, so it would be a notable blow to the Texans' defense if he were forced to miss any time.
Conley had a team-high eight tackles and two passes defensed in Sunday's 26-3 win over Jacksonville.
With the Texans missing three members of the secondary and losing a fourth (Johnathan Joseph) for part of the game, there were plenty of chances for Conley to shine for his new team. He joined the Texans last week after a trade from the Raiders and has contributed 12 tackles and four passes defensed in two games.
Conley (hamstring) was a full participant in Thursday's practice.
Conley was limited in practice Wednesday, but he now looks back to full health. Barring any setbacks, expect Conley to suit up against Jacksonville on Sunday.
Coach Bill O'Brien said Conley will play Sunday against the Raiders, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Conley was acquired from Oakland on Monday and it's no real surprise he'll immediately play against his old team. The Texans were in dire need of help at cornerback with Bradley Roby (hamstring) potentially sidelined through the Week 10 bye while Johnathan Joseph (hamsting/shoulder) is also less than 100 percent.
The Raiders traded Conley to the Texans in exchange for a 2020 third-round pick, Vic Tafur of The Athletic reports.
Conley has played 23 games for the Raiders since being selected in the first round of the 2017 draft, registering 67 tackles, 18 pass breakups and four interceptions. He figures to bolster the Texans' struggling cornerback corps, while rookie Trayvon Mullen will bump up to a starting role with the Raiders. Conley will have an immediate revenge game against the Raiders on Sunday.
Conley recorded two solo tackles and an interception in Oakland's 24-21 win over the Bears in London, England on Sunday.
Conley intercepted Chase Daniels on the Bears' final drive of the game, ending any hopes of a comeback. He continues to be a mainstay in Oakland's secondary, even after suffering a neck injury in Week 1 that saw him carted off the field in what appeared to be very serious condition.
Conley (neck) will play in Sunday's game versus the Chiefs.
Just a week after Conley was carted off the field and sent to the hospital with a scary neck injury, he'll take the field against a division rival. Conley should start at cornerback in this matchup and be tasked with slowing down a powerful Chiefs' air attack.
Conley (neck) is expected to play in Sunday's home game against the Chiefs, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Conley suffered a scary neck injury during last Monday night's game, in which he had to be carted off the field. The Ohio State product was able to log limited practice time this week and appears ready for Week 2. It's unclear if he'll get the start opposite Daryl Worley, but Conley is expected to play in some fashion.
Conley (neck) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game versus the Chiefs.
Coach Jon Gurden said Conley "seems to be doing okay" just a day after he was carted off the field, and defensive coordinator Paul Guenther said Thursday that Conley's "good to go." Despite the optimism from the coaching staff, Conley's officially questionable, which is backed up by his limited participation in practice all week. If he's able to play, Conley is expected to start at cornerback. The inactive report -- the final verdict -- will be released Sunday at 2:35 P.M. EDT.
Conley (neck) was limited at practice Thursday, but defensive coordinator Paul Guenther said the corner is "good to go," Jimmy Durkin of The Athletic reports.
Conley had to be carted off the field Monday after taking a friendly fire shot and sustaining the injury. The 24-year-old had to be taken to a hospital but was released the next morning. Head coach Jon Gruden said there was a chance Conley could play in Sunday's game against Kansas City, which would be a very speedy recovery considering the scary nature of the injury.
Coach Jon Gruden said Conley (neck) "seems to be doing okay," but the team will monitor his status, Myles Simmons of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.
Gruden also said Conley has a chance to play in Week 2's game versus the Chiefs, but there will need to be additional positive progress first. After a scary sight in which Conley was carted off the field and ended up in the hospital, this speedy of a recovery would be excellent. Keep an eye on his practice status starting with Wednesday's injury report.
Conley (neck) was released from the hospital Tuesday, and head coach Jon Gruden said the reports he has "are very, very positive," Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.
Conley had to be carted off the field after a friendly fire shot from rookie Jonathan Abrams in Monday's game against Denver. The 24-year-old spent around 10 minutes on the ground after the hit and was able to give a thumbs up to the crowd on his way off the field. Gruden also said that he doesn't know what Conley's status will be for Sunday's matchup with Kansas City.
Conley was carted off the field with a neck injury in Monday's game against the Broncos, Myles Simmons of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.
Conley took a friendly fire shot from rookie Jonathan Abrams, who struck Conley's head inadvertently with his leg as he was coming to the ground. Look for more updates on Conley's status to come in the next few days, but his night is without a doubt over.
Conley recorded three tackles (two solo), two passes defensed and an interception during Sunday's 35-3 loss to the Chiefs.
Conley was able to return from a one-game absence for the Raiders' season finale after clearing the league's concussion protocol. He finished his second year in the league with 37 tackles (24 solo), 15 passes defensed, three interceptions and a defensive touchdown in 15 games. A much healthier 2018 campaign allowed Conley to solidify himself as a starter on the outside at cornerback, despite being benched earlier in the year. He figures to compete for a starting role again in 2019 with two seasons left on his rookie deal.
Conley (concussion) is active for Sunday's game against the Chiefs.
Conley was listed as questionable with the concussion suffered Week 15 at Cincinnati, but was apparently able to fully clear the concussion protocol for the season finale. The second-year cornerback should step into his starting role at Kansas City.
Conley (concussion) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Chiefs, Vic Tafur of The Athletic reports.
Conley was a full participant in Friday's practice, but could still need to visit an independent neurologist before clearing the league-mandated concussion protocol. Nick Nelson would draw another start at right cornerback if Conley were to remain sidelined.
Conley (concussion) is ruled out for Monday's game against the Broncos.
Conley was initially listed as questionable for Week 17, but he ultimately failed to clear the league-mandated concussion protocol in time to suit up versus Denver. As long as the former 2017 first-round pick remains sidelined, expect Nick Nelson to draw the start at right cornerback.
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