NFL Injury Report: Texans lose Antoine Caldwell, Tim Jamison to injury

The Houston Texans were blown out by the Green Bay Packers on Sunday Night Football, losing 42-24. Houston looked awful in the loss, and to make matters worse, lost Antoine Caldwell and Tim Jamison to injury.

Jamison left early in the game with an injury to his right Achilles. Though the severity of the injury is unknown, Achilles' injuries are typically serious. Jamison hasn't been a key cog in Houston's defense, recording just three tackles and one sack through Houston's first six games, but his presence will be missed if the injury is severe.

Caldwell was forced from Sunday's loss with a concussion. Caldwell, who sprained his ankle during Houston's Week 4 win over the Tennessee Titans, will likely be considered week-to-week with the head injury. Houston will host the Baltimore Ravens in Week 7, in a game that could potentially determine homefield advantage in the AFC.

With a bye week in Week 8, it won't be surprising to see the Texans err on the side of caution with Caldwell.

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