Cole underwent wrist and knee surgery Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Cole dislocated his wrist during Sunday's loss to the Giants and was subsequently placed on injured reserve Monday. Per the report, the second-year linebacker's knee also went under the knife, though that surgery would've been delayed until a later date if not for his wrist needing immediate attention. Cole will miss the rest of the season and will attempt to fully recover in time for training camp in 2019.
Cole suffered a dislocated wrist in Sunday's game against the Giants and was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Cole's injury went unreported Sunday because the linebacker kept quiet in an effort to remain on the field. Now, Cole's season is likely over, and the Texans may look to sign another inside linebacker to assist with their depth at the position.
Cole (hamstring) was ruled out for Sunday's game against the Cardinals.
Cole did not practice again this week and has not done so since sustaining the Grade 2 hamstring strain in Week 6. There's no clear timetable on his recovery at this point, but he'll likely need to string together multiple practices before a return is truly considered.
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