Houston Texans Thursday Injury Report for Week 15

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Houston Texans Thursday Injury Report for Week 15

The Houston Texans listed 12 players on their injury list Thursday, including five players with status changes.


WR Nico Collins (foot): Collins is trending down this week and does not look likely to play.

OL Justin McCray (hamstring): McCray is likely to miss his second straight game this week.

DB Steven Nelson (foot): Nelson missed his second straight practice and is trending down this week.

RB Dameon Pierce (ankle): Pierce has a high ankle sprain and is going to miss this week at the least.

DL Taylor Stallworth (calf): Stallworth was a limited participant in Wednesday’s practice and moved backwards today. His availability for this weekend is in serious doubt.

DB Derek Stingley Jr. (hamstring): Stingley will miss his fifth straight game this week.


WR Brandin Cooks (calf): Cooks being able to practice on a limited basis Thursday was a positive development. Offensive coordinator Pep Hamilton said “he looked fast” today. barring a setback, Cooks could be available Sunday.

OL Kenyon Green (ankle): Green has played much better the past two weeks, and back-to-back limited practices would indicate he is trending the right direction.


FB Troy Hairston (chest): After missing last week’s game, Hairston should be full go this week. Whether or not he is active will not be based on injury.

DL Kurt Hinish (shoulder): Hinish improved from limited to full practice Thursday. He should be fine.

DL Roy Lopez (hip): Lopez also improved from limited to full practice and is expected to play.

OL Laremy Tunsil (illness): After missing practice Wednesday, Tunsil was a full participant Thursday. He will be lining up at left tackle Sunday.

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