Last Sunday night, Deshaun Watson took too many shots and danced up on the bar. Three times in that game, he stampeded towards the goal line and was met with an onslaught of Cowboys. Jaylon Smith cracked him. Gang tackles pulverized him. During the game, Watson was noticeably hurt—breathing heavy on the sideline, adjusting his shoulder pads, and sneaking off to the blue tent.
We finally have an update. It’s not much of an update. But it’s an update. Watson has a chest injury of some sort. He’s considered day-to-day. That’s all that’s known.
Deshaun Watson is considered day to day with a chest injury from the Cowboys game.— Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) October 9, 2018
The Texans also lost Kayvon Webster in Sunday night’s game. He left early in the game with a quad injury. Like Watson, nobody knows much of anything. After making his return from an Achilles tear and suiting up for the Texans for the first time, Webster may be out for a few days, a few weeks, a few months...nobody knows. The Texans are still waiting to hear back from the medicine man.
Texans waiting for word on Kayvon Webster's injury https://t.co/oJv73jQA7N— Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) October 9, 2018
Lastly, the Texans added corner Robert Jackson to their practice squad. They chose him after working out De’Vante Harris.
Texans adding corner Robert Jackson to practice squad https://t.co/xOn0mwzCvX— Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) October 9, 2018
That’s all that’s going on with the roster following Sunday Night Football as the team starts preparing for the Bills. In the meantime, keep an eye on Watson’s chest for me. Thanks.
UPDATE: Deshaun says he’ll “for sure” play on Sunday against the Bills.