Tunsil (ankle) is officially listed as inactive for Sunday's game against the Titans.
After suffering an ankle injury during Week 16's game against the Bengals, Tunsil will not play. The Texans likely will have Roderick Johnson replace Tunsil to help protect Deshaun Watson's blind side Sunday.
Tunsil (ankle), who is listed as doubtful for Sunday's game against the Titans, remains unlikely to play, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Houston appears set to be without three of its top tackles in the season finale, as Brent Qvale (concussion) and Tytus Howard (concussion) are both on injured reserve. Look for Roderick Johnson to protect Deshaun Watson's blind side Sunday.
The injury Tunsil suffered Sunday against the Bengals is believed to be a high-ankle sprain, and it will likely keep him out of Houston's season finale against the Titans, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Tunsil's Pro Bowl campaign will likely be cut a game short, negatively impacting a Texans offense that failed to find much consistency this season despite Tunsil's strong play at left tackle. Roderick Johnson came in for Tunsil against the Bengals and will likely start in his stead in Week 17.
Tunsil sustained a foot injury during Sunday's game against the Bengals.
The 26-year-old sustained the injury during the first half and is considered questionable to return. Roderick Johnson shifts to left tackle while Charlie Heck takes over at right tackle with Tunsil sidelined.
Tunsil (illness) was a full practice participant Tuesday.
The 26-year-old missed Sunday's win over the Patriots due to the illness and didn't practice Monday, but he had no limitations at Tuesday's session. Tunsil is on track to reclaim his starting post at left tackle Thursday at Detroit.
Tunsil (illness) did not practice Monday as the Texans began preparations for a Thanksgiving Day game against the Lions, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Tunsil was sidelined by a non-COVID illness for Week 11 against the Patriots and is now questionable for Week 12. Roderick Johnson replaced Tunsil at left tackle and held his own against New England. Quarterback Deshaun Watson was not sacked and hit just twice.
Tunsil (illness) is inactive for Sunday's matchup against the Patriots.
Tunsil's outlook for Week 11 has flipped back and forth over the past 48 hours, but it's now confirmed he will be unavailable to face New England after sitting out the entire practice week. One source noted that Tunsil gained medical clearance to play, per Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, but his status in pregame workouts seemingly did not alleviate concerns. Roderick Johnson or Tytus Howard will start in Tunsil's place at left tackle.
Tunsil (illness), who is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Patriots, has received medical clearance to play, but the Texans are expected to re-evaluate him in a pregame workout before deciding on his status, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle relayed Saturday that Tunsil's illness -- which isn't related to COVID-19 -- was expected to keep him sidelined Week 11, but the star left tackle's outlook has seemingly taken a turn for the better in the past 24 hours. With doctors giving Tunsil the green light to play, the Texans coaching staff is expected to do the same if the 26-year-old feels OK while working out early Sunday.
Tunsil (illness) isn't expected to play Sunday against the Patriots, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
The 26-year-old is officially considered questionable with the non-COVID-19 illness, but it appears he isn't on track to play Sunday. Roderick Johnson or Tytus Howard would fill it at left tackle in Tunsil is indeed unavailable.
Tunsil (illness) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Patriots, Sarah Barshop of ESPN.com reports.
Tunsil didn't practice all week, and there's no indication that his illness is related to COVID-19. As one of the top tackles in the league, Tunsil's potential absence would be a major loss for the Texans' offensive front, especially with Deshaun Watson already getting sacked on 8.0 percent of his dropbacks this year. Roderick Johnson or Tytus Howard will fill in at left tackle if Tunsil sits out.
Tunsil will sign a three-year, $66 million extension with the Texans that includes $57.85 million guaranteed, NFL.com reports.
The deal that sent Tunsil and Kenny Stills from the Dolphins to the Texans last August included Houston sending Miami two-first round picks, so it's not surprising that retaining the star offensive tackle was an offseason priority. The 6-foot-5, 313-pounder was the No. 13 overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft.
Tunsil underwent shoulder surgery to address a torn labrum this offseason but should be healthy for training camp, Mark Berman of KRIV Fox 26 reports.
It's unclear when exactly the injury was sustained, though Tunsil did sit out Week 9 due to a shoulder injury. The 25-year-old should have plenty of time to fully recover for the 2020 season.
Tunsil (ankle) was a limited participant in Tuesday's practice.
Tunsil sustained this injury in Week 16 and missed the season finale. The 25-year-old is on the right track for Saturday's Wild Card playoff game against the Bills, but Roderick Johnson is on standby to start at left tackle if Tunsil can't go.
Tunsil (ankle) is officially inactive for Sunday's tilt with Tennessee.
Tunsil left Week 16's game with the ankle issue, and after logging just limited practice this week, he will be rested heading into the playoffs. With the veteran sidelined, Roderick Johnson is in line to draw the start at left tackle for Week 17.
Tunsil (ankle) is officially questionable for Sunday's showdown with the Titans.
Tunsil left Week 16's game with the ankle injury and only logged limited practice time throughout the week. With the Texans locked into the No. 4 seed, it's likely the team will elect to sit Tunsil, meaning Roderick Johnson would be in line for the start at left tackle.
Tunsil did not finish Saturday's 23-20 win over Tampa Bay in Week 16 due to an undisclosed injury, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Tunsil played 63 of 66 offensive snaps but was not on the field for Houston's final drive, a three-and-out as they killed time while protecting their lead. The left tackle downplayed the injury, telling reporters "football happened."
Tunsil (shoulder) is officially active for Sunday's game against the Ravens.
Tunsil only worked as a limited participant during practice this week but was still on track to play. The 2016 first-round pick sat out Week 9 before the team's bye week but should reclaim his starting spot at left tackle Sunday.
Tunsil (shoulder) is expected to play Sunday against the Ravens, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Tunsil is officially listed as questionable but is likely to play after working as a limited practice participant all week. The 25-year-old sat out Week 9 but should reclaim his starting role at left tackle in Baltimore.
Tunsil (shoulder) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Ravens.
Tunsil managed limited practices throughout the week. If he is unable to go, Roderick Johnson and Chris Clark would continue to fill in at tackle.
Coach Bill O'Brien said Tuesday that he thinks Tunsil (shoulder) "will be ready to go" after Houston's Week 10 bye, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Tunsil was unable to play against the Jaguars on Sunday, but it appears the bye week will help him avoid missing any additional games. More information should be available on the 25-year-old's status when the Texans put out their official injury report next week.