NFL Texans WR DaeSean Hamilton (knee) injured during OTA

Houston Texans receiver DaeSean Hamilton injured his right knee during Tuesday’s organized team activity and will need surgery, according to multiple reports.

Hamilton injured the knee during a non-contact drill with his leg giving out as he began to make a cut. He was soon carted off the practice field.

It represents a big setback for Hamilton, who missed all of last season with the Denver Broncos after tearing the ACL in his knee.

Hamilton, 27, signed a one-year deal with the Texans in March, shortly after being released by Denver.

Hamilton had 81 catches for 833 yards and five touchdowns in 46 games (nine starts) from 2018-20 with the Broncos.

The same reports indicate that center Justin Britt injured his left ankle Tuesday but was able to walk off the field on his own.

“One was a non-contact injury. The other, you know when you have 22 bodies out there, every once in a while you step on someone,” Texans coach Lovie Smith told reporters. “Hopefully, it’s nothing serious for either one.”

–Field Level Media

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