The Houston Texans will once again have to play without wide receiver Will Fuller who’s dealing with cracked ribs and has missed the past two games.
The Houston Texans have released their final injury report ahead of Sunday’s week 13 game against the Tennessee Titans.
Without any surprise at all, wide receiver Will Fuller will miss his third straight game due to a rib injury. Rookie offensive tackle Julie’n Davenport will also not play despite practicing in a limited fashion this week.
Linebacker Brennan Scarlett will also be out this week with a foot injury. It will be interesting to see who the Texans have start in his place.
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Despite missing two days of practice this week and being limited on Friday, Texans’ star linebacker Jadeveon Clowney will play against the Titans. He’s pretty banged up with shoulder and ankle injuries.
Wide receiver Bruce Ellington popped up on the injury report on Friday with a knee injury, but he’ll be good to go, which is good news. Given the fact that Fuller is out and they could use Ellington’s explosiveness.
Runing back Lamar Miller was limited on Friday with a knee injury, but he should be good to go. Maybe we’ll see more of Alfred Blue and Andre Ellington this week.
When it comes to the Titans, they don’t have anyone listed as out for this week. Wide receiver Rishard Mathews is questionable with a hamstring injury.
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