Houston Texans Thursday Injury Report for Week 7

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Houston Texans Thursday Injury Report for Week 7

There were six status changes for the Texans from Wednesday to Thursday.

Did Not Practice:


Limited Participation:

OL Austin Deculus (ankle): This is the same injury Deculus has been dealing with for the past month. The limited participation is a step in the right direction, but he will likely be inactive on game day. Deculus has not dressed for a game this season.

DL Jonathan Greenard (calf): Greenard is a new addition to the injury report today. He missed Week 5 with an ankle injury, so this appears to be something new.

Full Participation:

DL Maliek Collins (knee): The Texans generally give Collins off on Wednesdays for maintenance for his knee injury. He is expected to play Sunday.

WR Nico Collins (Achilles/wrist): Collins improved from a limited participant to a full participant and appears on track for Sunday.

DL Jerry Hughes (knee): Hughes always has Wednesdays off, although typically, the Texans designate it as a rest day. The knee injury doesn’t appear to be anything of concern.

TE Brevin Jordan (ankle): Jordan has missed three straight games because of this ankle injury. The week off helped a lot. He looks to be on track to play Sunday.

WR Chris Moore (hip): Moore missed Week 5 because of a hip injury. He also looks to be ready to go for Sunday.

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