The news keeps getting worse for the Houston Texans, as the team learned Tuesday that it has lost tight end Owen Daniels for up to two months with a broken fibula.
The injury is expected to sideline him from four to eight weeks, says the Houston Chroncle.
Daniels was the Texans' second-leading receiver with 24 catches this season.
Houston is already reeling with QB Matt Schaub's troubles, as he has thrown a pick six in four straight games as the club has fallen to 2-3 and into third place in the AFC South.
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