Texans DE Jordan Jenkins questionable to return vs. Titans due to knee injury

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The Houston Texans have announced that defensive end Jordan Jenkins have sustained a knee injury and his return is questionable. Jenkins’ knee injury took place early in the second quarter of the Texans Week 11 match against the 8-2 Tennessee Titans, Sunday afternoon, at Nissan Stadium.

If Jenkins is unavailable to return, his absence will leave a larger void for the Texans to fill on their defensive line, with Jonathan Greenard already out due to a foot injury.

Jenkins has been one of a few bright spots for the Texans amid their 1-8 start to the season. After recording a pair of limited snaps through the first three weeks, Jenkins has recorded six solo tackles and 1.5 sacks in seven games played.

“I just kept my head down and just did what I’m supposed to do,” Jenkins said in October. “You never get too high, you never get too low, and you don’t let outside circumstances change who you are and change your core. You just go out there and do what you’re supposed to do and just stay the same man you were.”