Joseph recorded seven tackles, one tackle for a loss, a forced fumble and an interception in Week 3 against Minnesota.
Joseph was all over the field as he also led the team in tackles in addition to the turnovers he forced. His first big play came on the Vikings' second possession, when he forced a Dalvin Cook fumble. He began the second half with an interception against Kirk Cousins, his first of the season. Depending on Adoree Jackson's (knee) status, Joseph could shift to a lesser role in Week 4 against the Steelers.
Joseph (calf) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice, Erik Bacharach of The Tennessean reports.
Joseph left this past Sunday's win over the Jaguars with a leg injury, but Wednesday's full-speed practice downplays any concerns about his availability moving forward. With Adoree' Jackson (knee) on injured reserve still, Joseph is expected to start at CB in Sunday's game versus the Vikings.
Joseph (leg) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Jaguars, Terry McCormick of TitanInsider.com reports.
The specifics surrounding the injury remain unclear, however, Joseph was forced to leave the game in the third quarter. With Joseph sidelined in the second half, Kristian Fulton took over at one of the starting cornerback positions.
Joseph (arm) has retaken the field during the second quarter of Monday's game versus the Broncos, John Glennon of The Athletic reports.
Joseph was originally deemed questionable to return after suffering an arm injury during the first quarter, but it appears the problem has subsided enough to allow him to rejoin the action. He should continue to line up opposite Malcolm Butler at one of the outside cornerback spots.
Joseph (arm) is considered a question mark to retake the field Monday versus the Broncos, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.
Joseph is slated to serve as one of the starting outside corners for the Broncos opposite Malcolm Butler, but his absence leaves 2020 second-round pick Kristian Fulton set to serve in that role until he's cleared to play.
Joseph departed Monday's game in the first quarter and was spotted on the sidelines with his right bicep wrapped, James Palmer of NFL Network reports.
Joseph's absence resulted in 2020 second-round pick Kristian Fulton taking the field. It's unclear at this juncture if the veteran corner will be able to rejoin the action.
Joseph agreed to a one-year contract with the Titans on Wednesday, Dianna Russini of ESPN reports.
The veteran cornerback hit free agency in March after spending the past nine seasons in Houston, and he's set to remain in the AFC South in 2020, albeit with a different squad. Joseph, who turned 36 years old earlier in April, recorded 51 tackles (43 solo), 13 pass breakups and one interception last season.
The Texans are releasing Joseph on Wednesday, John McClain of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Joseph was already scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent March 18, so the mutual agreement to part ways simply verifies his departure ahead of time. The 2006 first-round pick spent the last nine seasons with the team. Joseph reportedly intends to continue playing, and he'll now get the chance to test his value on the open market entering his age-37 campaign.
Joseph recorded 51 tackles, 13 passes defensed and one interception over 14 games in 2019.
Joseph, who has spent nine seasons in Houston, will enter the offseason as an unrestricted free agent. He'll be a 36-year-old cornerback looking for work. While the numbers in 2019 are not a big drop-off, the Texans' secondary was picked on a lot, which contributed to the team ranking 29th in pass defense. Anthony Treash of Pro Football Focus reports Houston's secondary ranked 28th in coverage grade, so the stage is set for a unit makeover.
Joseph (hamstring) is officially active for Sunday's playoff game against the Chiefs.
Joseph logged limited practice time throughout the week, but, as indicated by this news, he wasn't in any jeopardy of missing Sunday. Joseph played a reduced role down the stretch for the Texans and is expected to continue to do so.
Joseph (hamstring) is expected to be able to play in Sunday's playoff matchup at Kansas City, James Palmer of NFL Network reports.
The 35-year-old was unable to play in the playoff opener, but he'll apparently be good to go after working as a limited practice participant this week. Joseph started 11 of 14 games this season, but he played a reduced role down the stretch for the Texans.
Joseph (hamstring) will not play in Saturday's wild-card matchup with the Bills, Sarah Barshop of ESPN.com reports.
Joseph was a limited participant at practice all week and appeared to be trending toward suiting up. However, he was ultimately unable to get the green light to play. As a result of his absence, look for Lonnie Johnson and Gareon Conley to see larger roles at cornerback.
Joseph (hamstring) is questionable for Saturday's playoff game against the Bills.
Joseph practiced in a limited fashion for the third straight day Thursday. He's nursing a hamstring injury sustained during Week 17's tilt against the Titans. The veteran cornerback appears on track to suit up against Buffalo on Saturday, though his status could ultimately come down to a game-time decision.
Joseph (hamstring) was limited during Tuesday's practice.
Joseph exited this past Sunday's win over the Titans with a hamstring injury, and he'll need a quick turnaround ahead of Saturday's Wild Card playoff game against the Bills. The veteran cornerback is on the right track by getting on the field Tuesday, but it's worth monitoring his practice status for the next two days.
Joseph (hamstring) has been ruled out for the rest of Sunday's game against the Titans.
It's rare for players to return to a game after sustaining a hamstring injury, and with nothing to play for, the Texans aren't going to risk anything. Joseph will aim to shake off this injury for next week's home Wild Card matchup against the Bills.
Joseph (hamstring) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Titans.
It's unclear how Joseph sustained the injury, however, he was forced to leave the game early in the second quarter. The Texans have solidified themselves as the No. 4 seed in the AFC, so it's likely the team won't be in a hurry to rush Joseph back. As long as the veteran is sidelined, look for Lonnie Johnson to see an increase in snaps.
Joseph did not start Week 11 and played just 27 snaps in a 41-7 loss to the Ravens, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
The Texans went with a youth movement at cornerback with Lonnie Johnson and Gareon Conley starting and playing the majority of snaps until Johnson left the game with an ankle injury. Most of Joseph's playing time came after Johnson limped off the field. Johnson's status is questionable for Week 12's showdown with the Colts on Thursday, so Joseph could resume his starting role, although the Texans may incorporate the newly acquired Vernon Hargreaves.
Joseph was removed from Sunday's game but eventually returned to Houston's 26-3 win over Jacksonville.
Joseph was removed after getting run over by Leonard Fournette in the first quarter, requiring a trip to the blue tent, but he returned to record four tackles and had a key pass defensed late in the game. Joseph has been banged up the last few weeks, missing two of the previous three games while playing just 14 snaps in the game in which he appeared.
Joseph (hamstring) was a full participant at Wednesday's practice.
Joseph was unable to suit up for the Week 8 win over the Raiders, but his full participation Wednesday's puts him on track to play Sunday. The Texans could still be shorthanded in the secondary with S Tashaun Gipson (back), and CBs Bradley Roby (hamstring) and Lonnie Johnson (concussion) dealing with injuries.
Joseph (hamstring) is expected to play against the Jaguars on Sunday in London, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Joseph participated in Wednesday's practice, although it wasn't reported what capacity he worked in. He appears to have the most optimistic outlook among Bradley Roby (hamstring) and Lonnie Johnson (concussion). It's a positive sign that Bill O'Brien expects Joseph to be back Week 9, so he just needs to make it through the practice week without a setback.
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