Found October 07, 2013 on Fantasy Football Champs:
Houston tight end Owen Daniels had an MRI on his injured leg and is still waiting to hear the results.Fantasy Spin:Houston Chronicle beat writer John McClain seems to think Daniels will be out for at least a "few weeks." Backup Garrett Graham would start in his place, though it's hard to trust any Texans receivers with how poorly Matt Schaub has been playing lately.
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