The Houston Texans and the Tennessee Titans each released their mid-week injury report, as they will play in Week 2 on Sunday at 1 p.m. EST on CBS.
For the Texans, who are coming off a 31-28 win Monday night against the San Diego Chargers, they had four players with limited participation in tight end Owen Daniels, free safety Ed Reed, left guards Wade Smith and defensive end J.J. Watt.
Daniels scored two touchdowns in the season opener and Watt had three tackles, Monday.
Reed didn’t play in the season opener, as he is recovering from a hip injury. Daniels is listed with a back/groin issue, Smith (knee) and Watt is nursing a banged up quadriceps.
Listed with inures with full participation was left tackle Duane Brown (ankle), inside linebacker Brian Cushing (knee), running back Arian Foster (calf), tight end Garrett Graham (hip), safety Shiloh Keo (achilles), inside linebacker Joe Mays (quadriceps), cornerback Brice McCain (knee), center Chris Myers (back), wide receiver DeVier Posey (achilles), outside linebacker Brooks Reed (back), inside linebacker Darryl Sharpton (concussion) and running back Ben Tate (shoulder).
The Tennessee Titans, who defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers 16-9 in Week 1, had four players listed on the did not participate list in running back Shonn Greene (knee), punter Brett Kern (calf), tight end David Stewart (calf) and wide receiver Damian Williams (hamstring).
Listed with full participation was linebacker Xaviar Gooden with an ankle injury.