Tytus Howard injury update: Texans OL to miss rest of the season after he sustained a knee injury in the game against the Jaguars…
Houston Texans’ offensive lineman Tytus Howard will be sidelined for the remainder of the season due to a knee injury sustained during the game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, where the Jaguars emerged victorious. The news of Howard’s season-ending injury was confirmed after testing, with Ian Rapoport from the NFL Network reporting that Howard will undergo surgery to address the knee issue.
This marks the second significant injury for Howard in the current season; he had previously missed four games while recovering from a broken hand. The 2019 first-round draft pick, who secured a three-year, $56 million extension in July, is now under contract through the 2026 season.
The Texans, currently holding a 6-5 record for the season, have faced a series of injuries throughout their campaign. Howard’s absence will undoubtedly be a setback for the Houston offensive line, adding to the challenges the team has encountered this season.