Texans first-round rookie, RT Tytus Howard returned to practice for a second day. Howard missed the last two games with a partially torn MCL, was at practice and sets his sights to return for Sunday’s game against division opponent Jacksonville Jaguars in London. Howard is wearing a brace on his left knee but has made a quick recovery. He was limited and considered doubtful for Sunday. Before Howard went down, the Texans offensive line did not allow any sacks in back to back games.
Of 302 offensive snaps, Howard only allowed one sack and three penalties. The short-handed Texans also had LT Laremy Tunsil back at practice as well after nursing a shoulder injury. Tunsil was limited at practice but is expected to play Sunday.