Speaking Tuesday, Texans interim coach Wade Phillips indicated T.J. Yates is not an option to start the Week 17 finale against the Titans.
Speaking Monday, Texans interim coach Wade Phillips left the door open for T.J. Yates to start in Week 17.
Texans declared QB T.J. Yates, DE Tim Jamison, OG Alex Kupper, LB Ricky Sapp, OG Cody White, OT Andrew Gardner and S Jawanza Sterling inactive for Week 13 against the Patriots.
T.J. Yates completed 12-of-17 passes for 98 yards and two interceptions in relief of an injured Matt Schaub (lower right leg) in Houston's Week 6 loss to the Rams.
T.J. Yates has officially been named the Texans' No. 2 quarterback.
The Sideline View's Lance Zierlein believes Texans backup QB T.J. Yates has failed to distance himself from Case Keenum and Stephen McGee in training camp.
T.J. Yates completed 17-of-35 passes for 184 yards and three interceptions as the Texans fell to the Ravens in the Divisional round.
T.J. Yates completed 11-of-20 passes for 159 yards and one touchdown against the Bengals in the Wild Card round of the playoffs.
T.J. Yates (shoulder) and Andre Johnson (hamstring) are both active for Saturday's Wild Card game against the Bengals.
T.J. Yates is not expected to be affected by his separated non-throwing shoulder in Saturday's Wild Card game against the Bengals.
T.J. Yates (shoulder) again practiced fully on Wednesday and remains on track to start versus Cincinnati in the Wild Card round.
T.J. Yates (shoulder) turned in a full practice on Tuesday.
Texans coach Gary Kubiak confirmed Monday that T.J. Yates (shoulder) is on track to start in the Wild Card round.
The Houston Chronicle reports that T.J. Yates "should" start against the Bengals in the Wild Card round despite dislocating his left shoulder in Week 17.