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The Houston Texans took off to London, England on Thursday to face the Jacksonville Jaguars but they have left behind five players due to injury. Lonnie Johnson, Jr., Bradley Roby, Tashaun Gipson, Sr., Greg Mancz, and Will Fuller V will all be left in Houston while the remainder of the team travels to London.

The Texans will be without starting cornerbacks Lonnie Johnson, Jr. (concussion) and Bradley Roby (hamstring). Johnson suffered the concussion in the second half of last week's win over the Oakland Raiders, while Roby will miss his third consecutive game with a hamstring injury. 

Also, starting safety Tashaun Gipson, Sr. will miss the game with a wrist and back issue. This will be the second consecutive misses game for Gipson. 

Offensive lineman Greg Mancz remains out with a concussion. Mancz has been in the protocol since week five and has not practiced during that entire stretch. 

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Wide receiver Will Fuller V also will miss the game with a hamstring injury he sustained two weeks ago against the Indianapolis Colts. 

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