REPORT: Williams Out For Season

Houston Texans star outside linebacker Mario Williams' season is over due to a torn pectoral muscle suffered against the Oakland Raiders, according to the Houston Chronicle.

Houston Texans star outside linebacker Mario Williams' season is over due to a torn pectoral muscle suffered against the Oakland Raiders, according to the Houston Chronicle.

Per the report, Williams will undergo surgery to repair the damage this week.

It's a major blow to an improving defense as Williams had five sacks this season.

The Texans will install rookie second-round draft pick Brooks Reed as Williams' replacement.

The Texans will also be without wide receiver Andre Johnson (hamstring) this week against the Baltimore Ravens.

And fullback James Casey is also sidelined with a torn pectoral.


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