Derek Stingley Jr.
CB - HOU - IR
Week 4 Outlook
The Texans have placed CB Derek Stingley Jr. on the Reserve/Injured list ahead of their matchup against Jacksonville.
The talented CB out of LSU is expected to miss significant time with a hamstring injury. Stingley played only in 9 games last season, so it is unfortunate to see him get hit with another injury.
Derek Stingley Jr. suffered a hamstring injury in practice and is a candidate to land on IR.
Stingley recently suffered a hamstring injury at practice that could force him to go on Houston's injured reserve. That would knock him out for the next four games at the very least, which would be very tough for the second-year cornerback and Houston's secondary. There was optimism that he would be able to break out this year after being the third-overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft, but those aspirations are going to have to be put on hold as he nurses this injury.
The Texans have ruled out Derek Stingley Jr. for their Week 15 matchup against the chiefs due to a hamstring injury.
This will be the fifth consecutive game the rookie CB will miss with the hamstring issue. Desmond King will continue filling his spot in the secondary, who will undoubtedly have their hands full with the No. 1 offense (by DVOA) in the NFL.
Derek Stingley Jr. (hamstring) is expected to miss Houston's Week 14 matchup with Dallas.
Stingley is set to miss his fourth straight game due to a hamstring injury. The Texans' defense will likely continue to struggle as they take on an impressive Cowboys' offense. Fantasy managers can leave the Houston defense on the waiver wire.
Derek Stingley Jr. has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Browns.
Stingley will miss his third straight game due to a hamstring injury he suffered a few weeks ago. The Texans defense will likely continue to struggle. We will see if Deshaun Watson can take advantage in his return.