Sad News: Texans key player will be out for 10 months after a life and death surgery

On Wednesday, the Houston Texans released their injury report, which included 23 players.

Will Anderson, a first-round selection, was among the eleven who skipped practice.

Seven were limited, including Nico Collins, a wide receiver.

There were several offensive tackles as well as wide receivers. There was also a kicker and a fullback.

It’s definitely not the best news to start Week 10 for a Texans team that seemed to be headed in the right path following an exciting victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 9 under the supervision of C.J. Stroud.

However, as his team gets ready to take on the scorching Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday, Houston’s rookie head coach DeMeco Ryans isn’t giving any room for excuses.

When questioned on Wednesday regarding the challenge of planning without knowing the status of several important players, Ryans responded, “It doesn’t stop our process,” according to a team transcript. “The same procedure is followed, and things take place. Such is life. We’re going to have our best men out there, so I’m going to keep smiling even when things don’t always go your way. We’re going to play the Texan brand of football with whoever is available and our top players.”

Dameon Pierce (ankle), Anderson (knee), Robert Woods (calf), John Metchie III (ribs), Collins (calf), Tytus Howard (knee), Laremy Tunsil (knee), and Steven Nelson (back/neck) and Jimmie Ward (hamstring) are just a few of the prominent Texans nursing injuries.

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