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The Houston Texans are finishing preparation for their final preseason game on Thursday against the Dallas Cowboys.
Houston Texans head coach Gary Kubiak indicated Tuesday that DeAndre Hopkins could play Thursday during the Texans’ final preseason game against the Dallas Cowboys in Arlington.
The latest on that trio and other news after the Texans wrapped up the week of practice Friday.
Houston Texans coach Gary Kubiak had an update on the progress of both rookie receiver DeAndre Hopkins and veteran left guard Wade Smith.
DeAndre Hopkins is still in phase one of the NFL’s concussion protocol.
Dr. Kenneth First joined In The Loop with Nick and Lopez and they talked about Arian Foster’s health, DeAndre Hopkins worrisome concussion, Ed Reed and the NFL creating the new hitting rules the wrong way.
Keenan McCardell joined In The Loop with Nick and Lopez and they talked about the Swearinger hit on Keller from a receiver’s point of view, his thoughts on the Texans receiver corp, should the Texans be worried about Game one versus San Diego and a spirited debate with Seth Payne.
DeAndre Hopkins was off to a hot start in his second pre-season game. The first round draft pick had two receptions for 22 yards before coming up woozy after hitting his head on the turf.
To understand which players have a chance to make the roster, it’s important to understand the spots available.