HOUSTON - The Houston Texans have listed J.J. Watt as questionable for the game on Sunday against the Browns. He has been limited at practice all week with a knee injury.
Watt has not missed a game this season. The only games he’s missed in his eight-year career have been due to two season-ending injuries in each of the last two seasons.
In the win over the Titans last week, Watt played all but nine snaps on defense. Six of the plays he missed came during the Titans' final offensive possession, and many of the Texans' starters, along with Watt, had already been pulled from the game.
Rookie wide receiver Keke Coutee is the only other Texans player listed as questionable. He has been bothered by a hamstring injury the entire season and was re-injured last week in the game against Tennessee. Coutee was limited at practice throughout the week.
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