The Houston Texans have a very long injury report leading up to this Sunday’s game against the Cleveland Browns.
I just wrote earlier in the day that Houston Texans’ cornerback Johnathan Joseph didn’t practice on Wednesday.
Well it looks like the Texans are even more banged up on defense because linebackers Jadveon Clowney, Bernardrick McKinney, cornerback Kareem Jackson and safety Corey Moore all didn’t practice as well.
Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle posted the injury report on Twitter.
Hopefully guys like Clowney, McKinney, Jackson and Moore will be fine and are just resting.
But when it comes to Moore, there is a good chance he doesn’t play this Sunday since he’s dealing with a concussion.
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Another notable addition to the Texans’ week six injury report is rookie running back D’Onta Foreman, who apparently has a hip injury. The good news is that he was on the field on Wednesday, even though he was limited.
Let’s be honest, if the Texans are going to rest any of their banged up players, this would be the week to do so, since they’re facing a lowly Cleveland Browns team. Then again, this is the NFL and anything can happen.
Even though the Texans’ defense has struggled this year and may not get better due to injuries to J.J. Watt and Whitney Mercilus, their offense led by rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson should keep them in games from here on out.
Comment below and tell us whether you think guys like McKinney and Clowney will play this week.