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J.J. Watt dislocates finger

J.J. Watt left with two minutes left before halftime to get treatment on a dislocated finger. The All-Pro defensive end is expected to return in the second half. Watt, 28, missed most of last season after needing yet another back surgery in September. The Texans also reported that tight end Ryan Griffin and linebacker Brian [more]
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