Houston Texans: Injury report for Week 12
By Jair Lopez
The Houston Texans have several starters on the injury report prior to their game on Monday night against the Tennessee Titans.
The Houston Texans have 13 players listed on their injury report for Week 12, six players were fully practicing for the game against divisional rivals, the Tenessee Titans. The most notable player taking part in the entire practice is cornerback Aaron Colvin who was out of action for the last eights with an ankle injury. Left tackle Julie’n Davenport and defensive back Andre Hal were also full participants after being dealing with a shoulder injury this week.
Linebackers Whitney Mercilus and Brian Peters were also full participants in practice while dealing with their own ankle injuries. Inside linebacker Zach Cunningham and defensive end, J.J. Watt was limited in practice with knee injuries. Cornerback Jonathan Joseph and left guard Senio Kelemete have been limited all week in practice with an ankle injury, Joseph seems to be less in doubt to miss the game after being listed last week with the same status.
Right guard Zach Fulton and rookie linebacker Duke Ejiofor were both limited in practice with shoulder injuries. Rookie wide receiver Keke Coutee has been limited in practice with a hamstring injury, but that didn’t stop him from playing last Sunday against the Washington Redskins. Wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins has also been listed on the injury report for the last few weeks with a foot injury but that hasn’t deterred him from missing any games this season.
Everyone should be available for the game with the exception of Cunningham, Ejiofor, Kelemete, and Fulton who’s status will continue to be monitored until game day on Monday night.