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The Houston Texans Rule Out Four for Week 17 Against the Titans

The Houston Texans have ruled out four players for the regular season finale against the Tennessee Titans.

The Houston Texans are heading to Tennessee to try and lock up their 10th win of the season but are not doing it at the expense of player's health. The Texans have already clinched their spot in the playoffs and locked into the #4 seed in the AFC and are making sure they are as healthy as they can be for that game. 

The Texans have ruled out Jay Prosch (ankle), John Simon (chest), Jadeveon Clowney (wrist/elbow) and Lamar Miller (ankle) for the game against the Titans. 

Johnathan Joseph (ribs) and Brian Cushing (ankle) are listed as questionable for the upcoming game. 

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