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Will Fuller tore his ACL last Thursday night against the Dolphins.

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This sucks [url=http://www.houstontexansteamonline.com/lamar-miller-jersey]Authentic Lamar Miller Jersey[/url] , man.  Fuller was in the middle of a breakout season.He had a catch rate of 71.1%, 503 yards, four touchdowns, and was proving himself to be more than a cute downfield receiver. He was becoming a monster, a more than a perfect compliment to DeAndre Hopkins. There’s more news about his torn knee. He will have surgery this week to repair it, and he should be back by training camp next year, as reported by ESPN. The whole recovery process takes somewhere between six to nine months. The other big injury news is about Johnathan Joseph. The Texans’ age-is-just-a-number cornerback was rolled up on by Jadeveon Clowney and was pulled out of the game against Miami. It’s now known that he suffered a knee and high ankle sprain that will cost him weeks. He’ll be out against Denver, but could possibly return following the bye against Washington. Hopefully, J-Jo gets back out there soon. He’s the team’s best cornerback and vital to a pass defense that can already barely cover anyone. At least Denver is 20th in pass offense DVOA and hasn’t gotten the Minnesota version of Case Keenum so far. But wait, there’s more! Zach Cunningham was pulled from the Miami game too. His injury was a minor knee sprain. Nothing official has been released, though it sounds like he should be able to play this week. That’s all we got as the Texans get ready to play the Broncos this Sunday at 3:05 p.m.Red Zone Play: J.J. Watt’s Fourth DPOY Campaign Starts Here Just two short years ago [url=http://www.houstontexansteamonline.com/jadeveon-clowney-jersey]Authentic Jadeveon Clowney Jersey[/url] , the very idea that J.J. Watt was about to take the field gave opposing offenses legit reason to lose sleep the night before the game. Then he got hurt鈥?and hurt again. Now many see Watt as a wounded lion; someone you shouldn’t take your eye off of, but not someone to base your entire game plan around. From all signs coming out of training camp, J.J. Watt is more than a lessened King of the Jungle.He’s a wily, wild animal ready to devour opposing offenses once more.
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