HOUSTON, TEXAS – AUGUST 25: Davis Mills #10 of the Houston Texans walks to the sidelines during a preseason game against the San Francisco 49ers at NRG Stadium on August 25, 2022 in Houston, Texas. (Photo by Logan Riely/Getty Images)
QB Davis Mills lands on the injury report for the first time this year.
The Houston Texans released their Wednesday injury report for Week 3 and listed seven players with injuries.
Did Not Practice:
DL Maliek Collins: Collins is managing a knee injury. This is the same injury that had him on the injury report all last week. Collins played 34 defensive snaps as part of the defensive line rotation Sunday in Denver.
DL Jerry Hughes: Wednesday was a scheduled rest day for the veteran Hughes. He was given off Wednesday last week as well. He is not injured.
TE Brevin Jordan: Jordan is still battling an ankle injury that had him listed as questionable heading into Week 2’s game vs. the Broncos. Despite the questionable tag last week, Jordan still played 37% of the offensive snaps and had four special teams snaps as well.
DB Isaac Yiadom: Yiadom was held out with a thigh injury. This is a different injury designation than last week when Yiadom was listed as having an abdominal injury.
LB Blake Cashman: Cashman is working through a hip injury. He is new to the injury report. He was the primary replacement for Kevin Pierre-Louis after Pierre-Louis was injured Sunday. Pierre-Louis was placed on IR yesterday.
LB Kamu Grugier-Hill: Hill was listed with a neck injury. He played 71 of 72 defensive snaps last week.
QB Davis Mills: Mills was listed with a right thumb injury. It’s his first appearance on the injury report this season.