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Texans’ Kenny Stills questionable with disease, does not have COVID-19

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Houston Texans wide receiver Kenny Stills reaches out to make a catch during an NFL training camp football practice Monday, Aug. 24, 2020, in Houston. 1of2Houston Texans wide receiver Kenny Stills connects to make a catch throughout an NFL training school football practice Monday, Aug. 24, 2020, in Houston.Photo: Brett Coomer, Personnel expert photographer 2of2Houston Texans running back Duke Johnson( 25 )is dealt with on the sideline during the third quarter of an NFL football video game on Thursday, Sept. 10, 2020, at Arrowhead Arena in Kansas City.Photo: Brett Coomer/Staff expert photographer Texans veteran pass receiver Kenny Stills is questionable on the injury report with an illness.Stills does not have COVID-19 and was at practice with his associates Friday and got involved on a restricted basis.Texans running back Duke Johnson is moving much better in practice and has actually made advancement considering that spraining his left ankle in the season-opener. He is noted as questionable.Johnson was held out of the Texans’ loss to the Baltimore Ravens, however is moving much better in practice, albeit on a minimal basis, and has

a better possibility of playing this week versus the Pittsburgh Steelers. His status for Sunday’s computer game is still being identified. “I believe he’s trending in the right instructions,”Texans coach and standard manager Costs O’Brien stated Friday morning, including that he wished to examine how Johnson looks

in practice and when the group takes a trip to Pittsburgh prior to making a last determination.The Texans promoted running back C.J. Prosise from the practice team recently and he bet the Ravens behind starter David Johnson without any touches.Meanwhile, pass receiver Randall Cobb and protective end J.J. Watt didn’t

practice and are set to play Sunday. Both veterans were given a day of rest from practice.Watt is feeling better and was upgraded to complete involvement Thursday after being limited Wednesday with a groin injury that triggered the group to minimize his snaps a bit Sunday during a two-sack video game versus the Ravens. Cobb isn’t listed on the injury report.Wide receiver Brandin Cooks(

quadriceps)and offending handle Laremy Tunsil(elbow )were updated to finish participation Friday.Inside linebacker Peter Kalambayi is doubtful and expected to miss his second video game in a row with an extended hamstring, according to a source.

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