Report: DeAndre Hopkins Broke Rib in Texans' Loss to Chiefs, Played with Injury

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Report: DeAndre Hopkins Broke Rib in Texans' Loss to Chiefs, Played with Injury
Report: DeAndre Hopkins Broke Rib in Texans' Loss to Chiefs, Played with Injury

Houston Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins played through a broken rib in his team's divisional round defeat to the Kansas City Chiefs, according to the Houston Chronicle's John McClain. He was Houston's leading receiver in the loss, catching nine passes for 118 yards. His rib injury was unlikely a deciding factor in the outcome, as the Texans defense had no answer for Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs offense after the first quarter. In addition to what he brings the Texans on the field, durability has been one of Hopkins' greatest strengths. The four-time Pro Bowler and three-time first-team All-Pro member has missed a mere two games during his seven-year career as a durable and consistent force

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