Johnathan Joseph misses practice, but Texans expect him to play

AP

Texans cornerback Johnathan Joseph is expected to play in Sunday’s game against the Ravens, despite missing practice again today.

Houston coach Gary Kubiak said after practice that Joseph, who has started all six games this season but has been slowed by soreness in his groin, should be good to go.

I’m thinking very positive about it,” Kubiak said, via CSNHouston.com. “He’s really upbeat. We’ll see where he is tomorrow. I feel pretty good about where he is for Sunday.”

The Texans got three players — Arian Foster, Bradie James and Antonio Smith — back to full participation today after they were limited on Wednesday. Antoine Caldwell, however, has still not been cleared to return after suffering a concussion.