The Houston Chronicle confirms Texans RT Derek Newton (torn patellar tendons) is facing an "uphill battle" to ever play again.
Updating a previous item, NFL Newtork's Ian Rapoport reports Texans RT Derek Newton tore both of his patellar tendons in Monday night's Week 7 game against the Broncos.
Texans RT Derek Newton was carted off the field with a knee injury in the first quarter of Monday night's Week 7 game against the Broncos.
Texans RT Derek Newton (knee) is active for Week 2 against the Chiefs.
Texans RT Derek Newton (knee) did not practice on Friday and is listed as questionable.
Texans RT Derek Newton (hamstring) is expected to be ready for Week 1.
Texans RT Derek Newton is out "a few weeks" with a hamstring strain.
Texans re-signed RT Derek Newton to a five-year, $26.5 million contract with $10 million guaranteed.
The Washington Post's Mike Jones reports the Redskins have inquired about free agent RT Derek Newton.
The Texans are in "active negotiations" with free agent RT Derek Newton and CB Kareem Jackson.
Coach Bill O'Brien confirmed Derek Newton will be the Texans' starting right tackle.
Derek Newton is working as the starting right tackle at Texans OTAs.
Texans RT Derek Newton (patellar tendon surgery) says he's "doing great" and "will be ready" for the start of training camp.
Coach Gary Kubiak is concerned with the Texans' right tackle position.