Houston Texans Wednesday Injury Report for Week 11

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Houston Texans Wednesday Injury Report for Week 11

The Houston Texans listed 11 players on their Wednesday injury report.


DL Mario Addison (rest): normal load management for Addison.

DL Maliek Collins (chest): Collins previously got Wednesdays off while he was dealing with a knee injury earlier in the season. This seems more like rest than a re-aggravation of the injury.

WR Brandin Cooks (wrist): Cooks played 64% of the team’s offensive snaps in Week 10. This is more veteran rest.

LB Neville Hewitt (hamstring): Hewitt missed practice all last week with this hamstring injury.

DL Jerry Hughes (rest): normal load management for Hughes.

RB Dare Ogunbowale (foot): Texans head coach Lovie Smith said he expected Ogunbowale to return to practice tomorrow.


WR Nico Collins (groin): Collins played 78% of snaps Week 10. This is precautionary.

OL Kenyon Green (shoulder): Green played 100% of the offensive snaps Week 10. This is also precautionary.

LB Christian Kirksey (neck): Kirksey played 100% of defensive snaps and 4 special teams snaps. He is ok.

LB Jalen Reeves-Maybin (groin): JRM has been working to overcome his groin injury for over a week. He played 83% of special teams snaps in Week 10. He should be good to go this weekend.

DB Derek Stingley Jr. (hamstring): Stingley played 90% of defensive snaps in Week 10. He is expected to start. He has not allowed a receiving touchdown this season.

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