At his Monday press conference, Texans coach Gary Kubiak said quarterback Matt Schaub’s status for Sunday’s game at Kansas City will be an “end of the week decision” after he departed the Week Six loss to St. Louis with an injury.
“He’s very sore and beat up in the leg, ankle, everywhere,” Kubiak said of Schaub, noting the quarterback was “getting some injections.”
Said Kubiak: “We’ll have to see where he’s at, but probably got a little bit lucky there.”
Kubiak said the Texans would get T.J. Yates and Case Keenum ready to play for Week Seven. Kubiak declined to say who would start if Schaub couldn’t play.
Kubiak indicated he believed Schaub “played better” against St. Louis before the injury.
In other Texans news, Kubiak said Monday that safety Danieal Manning “has a significant knee injury, something that’s going to take some time. We’re trying to evaluate exactly how much time before we make decisions on moving forward.”