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Phillip Lindsay abandoned by Houston Texans after appearing in 10 games this season – The Denver Post

Phillip Lindsay’s time in Houston is over – less than a year after the running back and the Broncos agreed to go their separate ways.

The former Colorado and Denver South High School star player was ruled out by the Texans on Tuesday after appearing in 10 games this season.

Lindsay recorded 50 carries for Houston for 130 yards. However, he never ran the ball more than eight times in a single game and only averaged 2.6 yards per carry. His only touchdown came in a 37-21 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week One. He also received a touchdown a week later in a 31-21 loss to Cleveland.

Lindsay had two 1,000-yard rushing seasons for the Broncos in her first two seasons in Denver, but her third and final season was marked by injury. He signed with Houston after parting ways with his hometown team in March.

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