#23 Chris Houston
 Pos: Defensive Back
Injury: OK
 Experience: 8
College: Arkansas
Height: 71
Weight: 178
Born: 10/18/1984
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comments about Chris Houston


Buffalo Bills defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz coached free-agent CB Chris Houston (toe) with the Detroit Lions, and once Houston is healthy, Buffalo could reunite the pair, according to Tennessee Titans FS Michael Griffin.
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Free-agent CB Chris Houston (Lions) is recovering from his second toe surgery and hopes to resume his NFL playing career. He expects to be medically cleared in August or September, which could jeopardize his chances of making a Week 1 roster.
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The Pittsburgh Steelers likely will not have any interest in free-agent CB Chris Houston (Lions).
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The Detroit Lions terminated the contract of CB Chris Houston Friday, June 13.
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Detroit Lions CB Chris Houston (toe) sat out of minicamp this week, and his availability for training camp next month is in question. Houston had toe surgery last month.
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Detroit Lions CB Chris Houston (toe) underwent surgery on his toe earlier this week, and it's unknown if he'll be able to make it back in time for training camp this summer. 'I'm not certain, to be honest with you,' head coach Jim Caldwell said. 'I kind of leave those things up to our physicians. Those guys went to school for a long time to get those medical degrees and so what I do is try to focus in on what we're doing and I let them sort of navigate through it and give me an indication of it at some point in time.' Houston is expected to be one of the team's starting cornerbacks this year alongside CB Darius Slay.
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Detroit Lions general manager Martin Mayhew said CB Chris Houston (toe) is still dealing with the toe injury he suffered during the 2013 season. The team is still looking for the right treatment for Houston, but Mayhew did not rule out surgery.
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Detroit Lions head coach Jim Caldwell said he is not sure if CB Chris Houston will be able to bounce back from his subpar 2013 season when he was bothered by a toe injury. 'We'll see. He's a young man and typically they heal pretty quickly, unlike old guys like me. But we anticipate that he'll come along, but we'll have to just wait and see,' Caldwell said.
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Detroit Lions head coach Jim Caldwell said Tuesday, April 22, that the absence of CB Chris Houston (toe) from minicamp practice was injured related.
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Detroit Lions general manager Martin Mayhew said he is confident CB Chris Houston will improve next season after struggling this season. 'I'm very confident in Chris,' Mayhew said. 'He's a veteran player, he knows how to play the game. As you know he had some injury issues, had some off-field issues last season. We're confident in Chris' game.'
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