Houston Texans’ Mario Williams Out for Remainder of Season

UPDATE: In an update to yesterdays post in regards to Mario Williams being out for the remainder of the game against the Oakland Raiders with a pectorial injury, FOX 26 Sports has learned Houston Texans linebacker Mario Williams suffered a torn pectoral muscle on Sunday and will miss the rest of the season. The converted linebacker will have surgery sometime later this week.

Williams left the game midway through the 1st quarter against the Oakland Raiders at Reliant Stadium. Williams has been diagnosed with a pectorial muscle injury and will not return to the game.

Last week the Houston Texans lost pro bowl wide receiver Andre Johnson to a hamstring injury. Will this continue to snow ball just as the Texans are poised to finally make a run at the AFC South crown? Fans will be keeping their fingers crossed that Mario Williams’injury isn’t serious.

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Topics: AFC South, Mario Willaims, NFL, Oakland Raiders, Texans

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