Houston Texans starting QB Tyrod Taylor could be out up to a month, KPRC 2 confirms

The Houston Texans might be with out their starting quarterback Tyrod Taylor for up to a month, KPRC 2′s Randy McIlvoy has confirmed.

An NFL supply informed McIlvoy that Taylor has a important hamstring damage that could hold him out the following 4 video games, with future evaluations to decide a extra particular timeline.

Taylor damage his hamstring within the first half of Sunday’s sport towards the Cleveland Browns – a sport the Texans lost 31-21. This got here after Taylor had began the sport 10-11 on his passes for 125 yards with a landing by way of the air, and had additionally run for a 15-yard rating on the bottom to tie the sport at 14-14. Rookie Davis Mills took over for the injured Taylor and completed with a landing move and an interception.

During Monday morning’s media availability, Texans Head Coach David Culley had mentioned Taylor was thought of day to day, however now it definitely seems the Texans will be with out Taylor for his or her upcoming sport Thursday and presumably longer. The Texans host the Carolina Panthers Thursday night at NRG Stadium. That sport will be broadcast on KPRC 2.

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