Texans tight end Garrett Graham hasn't been able to practice all week because of a hamstring injury. But interim head coach Wade Phillips wasn't ready to rule Graham out Friday; he's still holding on to some hope. According to Brian T. Smith of the Houston Chronicle, Phillips "believes Graham could play against the Colts, though, as long as he's physically cleared."
With Owen Daniels still recovering from his broken fibula, Ryan Griffin would be the Texans' lead tight end if Graham can't play.
Graham's been good here and there, but he's not a player that you should risk starting at clearly less than full health in your fantasy playoffs. Plus, the Colts rank in the top 10 in fewest fantasy points to tight ends. Go pick up a replacement.