Texans WR Chris Conley questionable with neck injury

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HOUSTON — Houston Texans wide receiver Chris Conley sustained a neck injury during their Week 6 match against the Indianapolis Colts, and his return is questionable. At the time of his injury, Conley had 10 yards on one catch for the game.

With Conley out, the Texans will rely upon rookie wideout Nico Collins and Chris Moore — as the two receivers have recorded a combined 50 yards on six receptions midway through the third quarter.

Although his numbers do not justify his significance to the Texans’ offense, offensive coordinator Tim Kelly says Conley does every the coaching staff ask of him.

“Chris does a great job, he does everything we ask him to do,” Kelly said ahead of the Texans’ practice on Thursday. “We are going to try to continue to get him the ball, obviously we saw on Sunday [against the New England Patriots] good things happen when he touches it.”