Houston Texans Wednesday Injury Report for Week 4

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Houston Texans Wednesday Injury Report for Week 4

QB Davis Mills is not on the list this week.

The Houston Texans have released their Wednesday Injury Report for their Week 4 contest with the Los Angeles Chargers.

Did Not Practice:

WR Brandin Cooks (not injury related): Rest day for Cooks.

DL Jerry Hughes (not injury related): Hughes has gotten Wednesdays off so far all season.

DL Maliek Collins (knee): This is the same injury he has been battling all week. The team has been managing his practice workload.

DL Kurt Hinish (foot): Hinish missed the Texans’ Week 3 game with the same injury.

OL Austin Deculus (ankle): Deculus missed Week 3 with this same injury. He has not been active for any regular season games to date. However, he is no longer in a walking boot.

TE Brevin Jordan (ankle): Jordan did not practice last week, nor did he play against the Bears due to this injury.

LB Jaylen Reeves-Maybin (back): Reeves-Maybin is a new addition to the injury list. He primarily played special teams last week, logging 86% (25 total snaps) of the special teams snaps. He also played eight defensive snaps in a reserve role.

Limited Participants:

LB Blake Cashman (hip): Cashman played 21 special teams snaps (72%) and 15 defensive snaps in a reserve role (24%). He was elevated this week to starting LB on the depth chart.

RB Dameon Pierce (hip): Pierce is not currently expected to miss time.

DB MJ Stewart (hip): Stewart is primarily a special teams player. He played 86% of special teams snaps last week and did not log any other snaps.

DB Isaac Yiadom (thigh): Yiadom did not practice at all last week and missed the Bears game with this injury. His ability to practice on a limited basis is an improvement.

Full Participants:

TE Pharaoh Brown (shoulder): Brown played 81% of the Texans offensive snaps last week, as well as four special teams snaps. He is not expected to miss any time.

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