Houston Texans cornerback Johnathan Joseph said he plans to play in the team's season opener Sunday against the Redskins, according to reports.
Joseph, who is listed as a starter on Houston's depth chart, sat out the preseason and was limited in preseason practice after having surgery in December to repair a torn ligament in his toe.
Joseph was asked if he was completely healthy.
"Somewhere along the lines," he said, according to ESPN.com. "...You're never 100 percent in this league."
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The two-time Pro Bowler recorded 47 tackles and three interceptions over 15 starts last season.
The Texans finished with an NFL-low two wins in 2013.
Super Bowl XLIX: Preseason predictions
Sports Illustrated's Don Banks gives his Super Bowl predictions, which features two high-scoring offenses making it to Glendale, AZ for the 2015 championship game.
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