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After battling a hamstring injury that kept him off the field for the second half of the preseason, Houston Texans wide receiver Will Fuller returned to practice Thursday afternoon, pointing toward a Week 2 debut against the Tennessee Titans this weekend.  

I may be a couple of graduate degrees and more than a decade's worth of training short of a doctor, but Fuller looks pretty healthy to me.

Fuller was inactive for the Texans' Week 1 season opener against the Patriots, and his absence was apparent with a tough showing from second-year quarterback Deshaun Watson -- even with DeAndre Hopkins healthy.

Even if he doesn't play in Week 2, it's a great sign that the Texans No. 2 option will be back to scoring you some fantasy points by Week 3, at the latest.

Fuller will most likely end the practice week as a game-time decision, but he looked pretty healthy today.

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