Mandatory Credit: Photo by Justin Rex/AP/Shutterstock (12749573hr) Houston Texans tight end Brevin Jordan (9) on the field before an NFL football game between the Houston Texans and the Tennessee Titans, in Houston Titans Texans Football, Houston, United States – 09 Jan 2022
The Texans will be without a starting defensive lineman this week against the Raiders.
DID NOT PARTICIPATE:
DL Jon Greenard (calf): Greenard found his way on the injury report yesterday with this calf injury. It’s a completely different injury than the one that caused him to miss Week 5. Greenard is OUT Sunday.
DL Maliek Collins (knee): Collins had his usual Wednesday off for maintenance but has been a full participant otherwise. He will play Sunday.
WR Nico Collins (Achilles/wrist): Collins went from limited Wednesday to full Thursday and Friday. He will start Sunday.
OL Austin Deculus (ankle): this is Deculus’ first full practice since Week 2. He was a healthy scratch for the first 2 games before being ruled out with the ankle injury weeks 3-5. He is officially QUESTIONABLE for Sunday, but likely to be a healthy scratch either way.
DL Jerry Hughes (knee): Hughes also gets the veteran rest day on Wednesdays. He will play Sunday.
TE Brevin Jordan (ankle): Jordan has missed the last 3 weeks with an ankle injury, but has practiced every day this week, including full practices the past two days. he is officially QUESTIONABLE for Sunday but highly likely to play.
WR Chris Moore (hip): Moore missed Week 5 vs. Jacksonville with this injury, but has been a full participant in practice the last two days. He is officially QUESTIONABLE for Sunday but seems on track to play.