Texans could be without Joseph Thursday

Cornerback suffered mild hamstring injury on Sunday, will be game-time decision. Terry McCormick

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Houston Texans cornerback Jonathan Joseph will be a game-time decision for the Thanksgiving Day game against the Detroit Lions.

Joseph suffered a mild hamstring strain in Sunday's overtime win against Jacksonville, and might miss the game on a short week, one in which the Texans will have to contend with Detroit's Calvin Johnson.

“He’s got a strain, but it’s a slight strain,” coach Gary Kubiak told the Houston Chronicle on Tuesday. “It’s just how he reacts to it. He’s feeling pretty good today. We’ll see where he’s at tomorrow.”

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