Wed. Oct 21st, 2020

Tytus Howard has a partially torn MCL –…

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Tytus Howard has a partially torn MCL –...


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Texans right tackle Tytus Howard was carted to the back after injuring his knee in Sunday’s win over the Chiefs in Kansas City, but he has reportedly avoided a season-ending injury.

Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports that Howard has been diagnosed with a partially torn MCL. Howard is not expected to have surgery and is expected back at some point this year after rehabbing the injury.

Howard was a first-round pick in April and has started the last five games for the Texans after missing the opener with a broken finger.

Roderick Johnson replaced Howard in Sunday’s win. The Texans did not allow a sack with either of the tackles in the lineup.



Report: Tytus Howard has a partially torn MCL

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