Johnathan Joseph doesn’t practice on Wednesday

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Could Johnathan Joseph be in danger of missing the Houston Texan’s week six game against the Cleveland Browns?

For some reason, Houston Texans’ cornerback Johnathan Joseph was not practicing on Wednesday as they prepare for this Sunday’s game against the Cleveland Browns.

Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle says that Joseph was on the sideline and wasn’t dressed for practice. He could be resting, or he has an injury that no one knew about.

Texans’ cornerback Kevin Johnson is expected to miss his fourth straight game this week after suffering a sprained MCL against the Cincinnati Bengals in week two. So Houston will have to continue to wait for him to come back and help out their defense.

Recently signed linebacker Ben Heeney also wasn’t practicing as he continues to recover from arthroscopic knee surgery.

With J.J. Watt and Whitney Mercilus out for the rest of the season, the Texans can’t afford to lose a veteran like Joseph. Hopefully he’s just resting.

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The Texans announced on Wednesday that they’ve placed both Watt and Mercilus on season-ending injured reserve and have signed Houston and Langford.

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Comment below and give us your thoughts on Joseph. Do you think he’s injured? Will he play this week?