The Houston Texans released their Friday injury report where they listed free safety Ed Reed as questionable this Sunday when they host the Tennessee Titans.
Reed was limited in practice due to a hip injury. He did not play in the season opener.
“I would just say the same thing that I said yesterday applies today,” Texans head coach Gary Kubiak said. “How about that?”
Yesterday, Kubiak told the Houston media Reed was a game-time decision.
Listed as questionable and had a full practice for the Titans were linebacker Zaviar Gooden (ankle) and tackle David Stewart (calf); while running back Shonn Green (knee) and wide receiver Damian Williams (hamstring) did not practice.
Probable for Tennessee was punter Brett Kern, who has a left calf injury.
Listed as probable and had a full practice for the Texans were Duane Brown (ankle), inside linebacker Brian Cushing (knee), tight end Owen Daniels (back/groin), running back Arian Foster (calf), tight end Garrett Graham (hip), defensive end Tim Jamison (foot), safety Shiloh Keo (achilles), inside linebacker Joe Mays (quadricep), cornerback Brice McCain (knee), center Chris Myers (back), tackle Derek Newton (knee), wide receiver DeVier Posey (achilles), Brooks Reed (back), inside linebacker Darryl Sharpton (concussion), running back Ben Tate (shoulder) and defensive end J.J. Watt (quadricep).
Kubiak spoke about Sharpton.
“He’s fine. He’s ready to go, so he’ll be up,” Kubiak said. ” (He’s) ready to go … (ready) to play special teams. He and Joe (Mays) will probably split some time inside at linebacker, but he’s ready to go.”
Kubiak also spoke about Posey and his health.
“He’s doing good,”the head coach said. “He’s not all the way back yet. We knew that, but I think he’s getting very close.”
Listed as probable with limited practice was left guard Wade Smith.