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Texans cancel practice when players feel unwell

HOUSTON – The Houston Texans canceled practice and all other personal activities on Wednesday on the advice of their medical team because a number of players were unwell. Coach David Culley said they have not had any positive COVID-19 test results.

Culley, speaking to reporters via Zoom, said the group would resume normal operations on Thursday.

“We have a couple of players who are having a hard time with the weather, are a bit sick, and our medical team feels it’s best for us for precautionary reasons just to keep them at home, and then we will say Culley.

Players were asked to stay home on Wednesday and all team meetings will be held virtual.

Houston defensive lineback Jacob Martin said going through virtual work in the early stages of the pandemic made it easier to deal with a situation like this.

“We’ve been doing a lot of practice on this, that whether you’re having a virtual meeting or a face-to-face meeting, it doesn’t really matter,” he said. “You guys played the COVID season last year, we have a pretty good understanding of what to do on Wednesdays and the like, it’s usually going to be an emotional day for us. .”

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Team Texas (2-9) hosts Indianapolis (6-6) on Sunday.

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