Houston Texans wide receiver Kenny Stills left Sunday's game early due to a right hamstring injury. He suffered the injury making a first down catch and run. 

Stills immediately stopped running after the reception and stepped out of bounds clutching his right hamstring. Stills lightly jogged across the field to the Texans bench to meet medical personnel and take him for evaluation in the blue tent. 

Head coach Bill O'Brien discussed Stills injury situation on Monday as he is set to see team doctors for further evaluation. 

"Kenny, I am not sure yet," O'Brien explained. "I think we are going to have to wait and see what happens here while he sees the doctors here today. So, I will know more about that as the week goes on."

If Stills is out for this week, wide receiver Keke Coutee will move into his role into the slot. The Texans might have to look into finding another wide receiver for the roster if they choose too for game days. 

You can follow Patrick for Houston Texans Updates in the following places.

Twitter: Here | Site Twitter: Here | Site Facebook: Here

You can Subscribe to the State of the Texans Podcast on the following platforms.

iTunes: Here | Soundcloud: Here | Google Play: Here | Stitcher: Here