The Houston Texans have made multiple roster moves ahead of Week 14’s game against the Dallas Cowboys.
The Texans have downgraded offensive lineman Justin McCray to out with a hamstring injury. McCray has started two games for the Texans this season but will not travel with the team to Dallas.
In response to the downgrade, Houston has elevated two players from the practice squad. The first being wide receiver Jalen Camp who is in his second season since being drafted in the sixth round by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the 2021 NFL Draft. Camp has one catch for seven yards in his career and it came in the Week 9 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.
The second elevation was seven-year veteran quarterback Jeff Driskel. Driskel is in his second season with the Texans after making nine starts for three different teams in three years. He is 1-8 as a starter in the NFL and has not won a game since 2018 with the Cincinnati Bengals.