Oct 14, 2012; Houston, TX, USA; Houston Texans outside linebacker Brooks Reed (58) runs onto the field against the Green Bay Packers during the first quarter at Reliant Stadium. The Packers won 42-24. Mandatory Credit: Thomas Campbell-USA TODAY Sports

The Injury Table

  • Tyler Clutts RB Abdominal Full Participation in Practice Probable
  • Derek Newton T Knee Limited Participation in Practice Probable
  • Barrett Ruud LB Knee Full Participation in Practice Probable
  • Johnathan Joseph CB Groin Limited Participation in Practice Probable
  • Shaun Cody DT Back Limited Participation in Practice Probable
  • Antonio Smith DE Ankle Limited Participation in Practice Probable
  • Ben Tate RB Hamstring Full Participation in Practice Probable
  • Wade Smith G Knee Limited Participation in Practice Probable
  • Alan Ball CB Foot Did Not Participate In Practice Out
  • Justin Forsett RB Knee Full Participation in Practice Probable
  • Darryl Sharpton LB Toe Limited Participation in Practice Probable
  • Glover Quin S Hip Limited Participation in Practice Probable
  • Jared Crick DE Neck Full Participation in Practice Probable
  • Tim Dobbins LB Shoulder Limited Participation in Practice Probable
  • T.J. Yates QB right Elbow Full Participation in Practice Probable
  • Brooks Reed LB Groin Limited Participation in Practice Probable
  • Bryan Braman LB Knee Full Participation in Practice Probable

Most notable on this list is Brooks Reed finally has a good chance to play since having a groin injury weeks back. He’ll be especially needed if the Texans have any hope of containing All Day Adrian Peterson. The Texans injury report, although long, is encouraging since all linebackers available have a good chance to play.

Also notable is corner back Alan Ball is out. Stanford Routt has taken over nickel duties, will Ball mostly in sub packages. Ball has great size as 6’2″, but has been abused on both the Cowboys and Texans.

– Antonio Furgiuele

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