Found January 01, 2012 on Miami Herald:
Houston Texans quarterback T.J. Yates left Sunday's regular season finale against the Tennessee Titans with an apparent injury.

Kubiak expecting Yates to start against Bengals

Texans coach Gary Kubiak expects rookie quarterback T.J. Yates to start the first ever playoff game for the franchise Saturday against the Bengals at Reliant Stadium. Yates separated his non-throwing shoulder in the season finale against the Titans, but Kubiak said Monday that all indications are that Yates will be able to make the start Saturday afternoon. "Obviously we have...

Texans QB Yates on track to start wild card game

Houston Texans head coach Gary Kubiak confirmed Monday that quarterback T.J. Yates is on track to start next weekend's wild card matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals.Yates suffered a separated left shoulder in Sunday's game against the AFC South rival Tennessee Titans. Kubiak said Yates was "throwing well" on Monday and would be tabbed to play Saturday against...

Texans' Yates heads to locker room vs. Titans

Texans quarterback T.J. Yates left Sunday's game against Tennessee, heading to the locker room in the first quarter.

Texans QB Yates exits, replaced by Delhomme

Texans quarterback T.J. Yates left Sunday's game against Tennessee, heading to the locker room in the first quarter.

T.J. Yates Will Play Despite Shoulder Injury

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter,  Houston Texans quarterback T.J. Yates should be able to play this week against the Bengals in the Wild Card round of the playoffs despite suffering a bruised left Shoulder during Sunday’s loss to the Titans. This is good news for the Texans,  since the last thing they would want at this [...]

Texans QB Yates bruised left shoulder vs. Titans

Texans quarterback T.J. Yates left Sunday's 23-22 loss to Tennessee in the first quarter after landing on his left shoulder following a hard hit.

Texans Lose Yates; Lose to Titans 23-22 in Regular Season Finale

Wide receiver Bryant Johnston #89 of the Houston Texans leaps over cornberback Jason McCourty The Texans regular season came to an end Sunday, and while the team will host a playoff game next weekend, there’s some major question marks about the biggest position on the field. The Titans topped the Texans 23-22 at Reliant Stadium, wrapping up their season at 9-7, dropping the Texans...

Yates heads to locker room, Delhomme enters game

The Texans rested a few key starters Sunday, but starting quarterback T.J. Yates opened the game in the lineup. It remains uncertain if he’ll be able to finish the game. Yates went to the locker room after taking a hit to the head on a 90-yard scoring drive to start the game. Jake Delhomme has…

Pats fans should be rooting for the Bengals

By Jim Donaldson

Texans Tribune answers Total Titans' questions about the Texans

Pardon the light posting this week. I've been under the weather, slower to recover than I expected, and other things have kept me away.To preview the big regular season finale against the Texans, we again turned to Dustyn Richardson of Texans Tribune, Bloguin's Houston Texans blog. As they were in the prior matchup between the teams, the Titans and Texans are the top two...

Texans Fall Short vs. Titans

The Texans were edged by the Titans 23-22 in Week 17. Fantasy Spin: Quarterback Jake Delhomme completed 18 of 28 passes for 211 yards in relief, with one touchdown against no interceptions after T.J. Yates was knocked out of the battle. With Arian Foster inactive, Ben Tate dazzled with 97 rushing yards and a trip to paydirt on 16 totes, to go along with four catches for 24 receiving...
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