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Kenny Stills dealing with injuries in Week 9, coming on and off field [UPDATE]

Texans WR Kenny Stills has left the team’s Week 9 London game with a groin injury and has since returned. He is off and on the field, and seems to be banged up.

Kenny Stills of the Houston Texans runs the ball during the game against the Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium on October 20, 2019 in Indianapolis, Indiana. Photo by Michael Hickey/Getty Images

Kenny Stills injury halftime update

Texans WR Kenny Stills is not 100 percent, and has gone to the locker room just in advance of the end of the second quarter, according to NFL Network reporter James Palmer. Prior to leaving for the half, he caught all three targets in his direction for 34 yards, leading the team’s wide receivers, and just behind Duke Johnson (four for 57) for team lead. We’ll see if he returns in the second half.

SECOND UPDATE: Stills got shaken up on that following drive on a reception, but returned to the game.

UPDATE: Stills has returned to the game for the Texans next drive.

The Houston Texans have lost wide receiver Kenny Stills to a groin injury in Week 9 against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Stills suffered the injury in the first quarter and the team has announced he is officially questionable to return to the game.

Texans beat writer John McClain tweeted that he would be surprised if Stills returned to the game.