Houston Texans: Five players with falling stock following Preseason Week 2

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Aug 22, 2015; Houston, TX, USA; Houston Texans receiver Chandler Worthy (6) runs after a reception against Denver Broncos linebacker Lamin Barrow (57) at NRG Stadium. The Broncos beat the Texans 14-10. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

CHANDLER WORTHY. WR. <p>Chandler Worthy has been heralded as return specialist and has turned heads with his quickness and explosion. Last week he looked to be the leader in the return man job, but may have put himself on the bottom of the list after a rough outing.</p> <p>Worthy had two punt returns go for zero yards and had a fumble on one of the returns. He had 22 yards on one kick return, but ran it out from deep in the end zone, so it still resulted in poor field position for the Texans.</p> <p>A positive note for Worthy is that he had two catches for 20 yards, after having no catches in Week 1. He still has a shot to make the team, and overall has looked good for an undrafted kid, but this week hurt the overall progress he has made thus far.</p>. Game Stats. 2 punt returns zero yards, 1 fumble

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