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Jaelen Strong Returns to Practice for the Houston Texans

With a banged up wide receiver group, Jaelen Strong returned to practice after missing close to a month of time.

The Houston Texans welcomed back wide receiver Jaelen Strong back to practice on Wednesday in preparation for Sunday's game against the Indianapolis Colts. Strong has missed four games since injuring his ankle against the Detroit Lions in week 8. He was hit in the back of his leg by Lamar Miller on a run which caused the injury. 

Strong in 2016, has 14 receptions for 131 yards and has played both the outside and slot wide receiver spots in the offense. With Braxton Miller nursing a sprained shoulder, the return of Strong comes at the right time. 

Also, Andre Hal returned to practice who was dealing with an illness. Jadeveon Clowney worked on the side field with trainers while he recovers from a wrist and elbow issue. 

John SimonBraxton MillerJohnathan Joseph and Tyler Ervin did not practice for the Texans. 

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