Texans’ receiver Tank Dell in good spirits after being wounded in shooting, team says

In a post to social media Sunday, the Texans said that Dell was wounded Saturday night. He’s been released from the hospital and the team said he’s in good spirits.

HOUSTON — Houston Texans wide receiver Tank Dell was wounded in a shooting in Florida, according to the team.

The team posted to social media Sunday, saying the shooting happened last night in Sanford, Florida, which is near Orlando.

Dell has been released from the hospital and is in good spirits, according to the Texans. They also said they’re in contact with Dell and his family.

At this point, we don’t know the circumstances surrounding the shooting. The team said it would release more details when appropriate.

Dell, who played in college at the University of Houston, had his rookie season with the Texans cut short by injury. He’s originally from Daytona Beach, Florida, which is around 40 miles from Sanford.

It was unclear whether Dell’s injury was related to a shooting outside a Sanford party venue on the same night, in which authorities said a teenager wounded 10 people when he opened fire during a private event.

This is a developing story. We’ll post updates as we get them.

Tank Dell’s rookie season cut short

In his rookie season, Dell was a major weapon for quarterback C.J. Stroud. He hauled in 47 passes for 709 yards and seven touchdowns. The standout season came to an end against Denver, when Dell suffered a leg injury December 3 against the Broncos at NRG Stadium.  

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