Texans Bye Week: Texans May Face Clark-Less Colts; Brown Finds New Home

Dallas Clark has a wrist injury and will be re-evaluated for the MNF game against the Texans, and the Texans say good-bye to K Kris Brown.

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Texans May Face Clark-Less Colts, Say Goodbye To Kris Brown

It appears as though Dallas Clark will miss the Monday Night game against the Texans after the bye week. Adam Schefter recently tweeted

Colts TE Dallas Clark is out indefinitely w/ hand/wrist injury. He plans to go for 2nd and 3rd opinions to determine how long he'll miss.

The Texans may catch a break here, pun intended. However, no word has been posted yet on when Clark is expected to return, so it's possible that the bye week could be enough time for him to recuperate. 

On an unrelated note, Kris Brown has signed with the Chargers following Nate Kaeding's groin injury. Brown lost the starting job to Rackers, and hasn't seen the field yet this season. He was the last remaining Texan from the inaugural team.  

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