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Houston (CBS Houston) - Here’s the latest news and notes from Thursday’s practice.

>>>T.J. Yates has won the backup quarterback job.

“T.J. answered the bell. I mean, he got pushed and T.J. played as well as he’s played around here throughout the course of the preseasons.” said Kubiak

>>>Rookie tackle Brennan Williams has undergone microfracture knee surgery. His season was already over after being placed on injured reserve but microfracture is a serious procedure with a long road to recovery.

>>>Daryl Sharpton did not practice. He was diagnosed with a concussion before the Saints game and is currently working his way through the NFL’s concussion protocol.

>>>Wade Smith was a full participant in practice.

>>>Ed Reed did participate in limited role. Gary Kubiak described him as “day to day”. Click here to see pictures of Reed back on the field.

“There’s some progress that would have to be made to get him ready to go on Monday but boy has he made a lot of progress.” said Kubiak. “I don’t want to say it can’t happen because there’s been such good progress.”

>>>Garrett Graham practiced. He’s recovering from a hip pointer.

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