Houston Texans Wednesday Injury Report for Week 16

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Houston Texans Wednesday Injury Report for Week 16

The Houston Texans listed 12 players on their Wednesday injury report.

There were numerous changes from yesterday’s report as three players were upgraded and three were added.


WR Nico Collins (foot): This is Collins’ second straight day of missing practice. He missed the last two games and did not practice last week.

OL Kenyon Green (ankle): As indicated yesterday, Green could return before the end of the season, but he could still miss this week.

DL Mario Addison (Not injury related)

DL Maliek Collins (Not injury related)

DL Jerry Hughes (Not injury related)


WR Chris Moore (foot): This is Moore’s second straight day as a limited participant in practice with a foot injury. Moore has become one of the most reliable receivers on the roster.

OL Justin McCray (hamstring): McCray was limited in practice again on Wednesday after being active, but not playing this past week.


LB Christian Kirksey (elbow): This is Kirksey’s second full practice this week. He should be good to go.

DB Steven Nelson (foot/knee): Nelson has practiced fully all week after missing the last two games. It is looking more likely that he will be available for this week’s game.

WR Brandin Cooks (calf): After a limited practice yesterday, Cooks was upgraded tyo a full go for today’s session. Signs are looking up for a Cooks return.

OL Laremy Tunsil (illness): Tunsil is feeling better. He should be good to go.

DL Ogbonnia Okoronkwo (illness): Okoronkwo looks to be feeling better as well.

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