Some key players on the Houston Texans were held out of Wednesday’s walk-through practice, following Monday’s game.
The Houston Texans didn’t have a full practice on Wednesday after just playing a game on Monday night. But they did have a walk-through in preparation for this coming Sunday’s game against the Tennessee Titans.
The Texans did release an injury report on Wednesday.
As you can see below, linebacker Jadeveon Clowney (shoulder/ankle), wide receiver Will Fuller (ribs), cornerback Kareem Jackson (shoulder), running back Lamar Miller (knee) and linebacker Brennan Scarlett (foot) all didn’t practice.
I fully expect Clowney to play this week. He’s missed at least one day of practice over the past few weeks. So there’s nothing to worry about. He had a great game against the Ravens.
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The player who’s status is uncertain this week, is Fuller, who’s missed the past two games with cracked ribs.
When it comes to Scarlett, he played very well against the Ravens and I have a feeling he’ll be fine for this week. If not, the Texans could decide to have Brian Cushing start on the outside. They also have youngsters Gimel President and LaTroy Lewis, who were just promoted to their 53-man roster.
The good news is that rookie offensive lineman Julie’n Davenport was limited with a shoulder injury after missing Monday loss to the Baltimore Ravens. It would be great if he’s able to start on Sunday at left tackle over Kendall Lamm.
Also limited, were wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins (foot) and center Greg Mancz (shoulder). Offensive guard Jeff Allen fully practiced despite dealing with a hand injury.