Houston Texans left guard Xavier Su'a-Filo, who missed the entire preseason due to a sore left foot, returned to practice Monday in advance of the team's season-opener Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Su'a-Filo, Houston's 2014 second-round pick, was projected to be the team's starter entering training camp.
"He's practicing," head coach Bill O'Brien said, per the Houston Chronicle. "Like I always tell you, I've got to watch the practice tape, but so far, it looked like he was playing left guard and moving okay."
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Jeff Adams has been starting in Su'a-Filo's absence throughout the preseason. Whether Su'a-Filo is able to regain the starting spot in time for Sunday's game against the Chiefs remains to be seen.
The 6-4, 307-pound Su'a Filo, the 33rd overall pick last year, played in 13 games a rookie, with one start.
(h/t Houston Chronicle)