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Bet on the NFL Houston Texans quarterback Matt Schaub invested the night from the hospital and missed Wednesday's follow with a bursa sac damage in his correct knee. Coach Gary Kubiak stated the damage is not going to call for surgical treatment. He expects Schaub to return to exercise Thursday and be ready as soon as the Texans (4-5) play Sunday in the New York Jets (7-2)! Schaub's agent, Joby Branion, wouldn't remark to the quarterback's standing. Kubiak said he didn't know how Schaub harm his knee. He met with Schaub on Tuesday early morning and stated Schaub seemed good.
Kubiak said Wednesday, that Shaub is carrying out wonderful, in accordance for the team's official website. Schaub referred to as the group after inside day to say that his knee was bothering him. He was hospitalized overnight, and Kubiak says the group wanted to maintain him there Wednesday as being a precaution.
Kubiak reported he just necessary some rest and therapy. Schaub ranks fifth from the AFC in completion percentage (sixty four.two) and yards passing (2,320)!!
Dan Orlovsky is Schaub's backup, Matt Leinart is upcoming about the depth chart. Schaub commenced each and every sport last year or so as well as the very first 9 this yr. He missed five matches in 2007 having a shoulder harm and five a lot more in 2008 using a strained ligament in his left knee. Orlovsky started out 7 video games for Detroit in 2008, once the Lions grew to become the 1st team in NFL history to go -16. He hasn't taken a snap in a regular-season sport given that signing with all the Texans in March 2009.
Star receiver Andre Johnson very first heard about Schaub's harm Wednesday morning. Sportsbook reported that he planned to call Schaub after inside day. Johnson stated he was concerned. Orlovsky guided the first-team offense in practice for the very first time Wednesday. Matt Shabu was born June 25, 1981 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He was drafted by the Atlanta Falcons inside the 3rd round of the 2004 NFL Draft. He played school football at Virginia.