HOUSTON (CBS HOUSTON) – Texans rookie wideout Braxton Miller made his return to practice on Wednesday at NRG Stadium after missing two weeks with a hamstring injury.
Miller sustained his injury in the second quarter of the Texans week two 19-12 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs. He missed both the Thursday night loss against New England in week 3 and the week four win against the Titans.
Jaelen Strong has replaced Miller’s spot as the third wideout for the Texans during his absence.
The former Ohio State quarterback has just two receptions this season for nine yards.
Also practicing for the Texans Wednesday were tight end CJ Fiedorowicz, who reportedly sprained his MCL against the Titans, and Kareem Jackson who was dealing with a hamstring injury.
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