Taiwan Jones, Senio Kelemete, and Greg Mancz are listed as questionable for the Houston Texans ahead of week two.
The Houston Texans have released their final injury report ahead of their rival game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Jaguars have already released their injury report as well with pass-rusher Yannick Ngakoue and offensive tackle Cam Robinson being ruled out by head coach, Doug Marrone.
Texans have announced that Taiwan Jones, Senio Kelemete, and Greg Mancz are officially listed as questionable against the Jaguars. Jones was a full participant in practice even though he was listed with an elbow injury until today when he was listed as limited due to a hamstring injury.
As the fourth running back on the roster and a contributor on special teams unit, Texans could opt to keep him out for this game with the hopes of having him healthier for week three. Meanwhile, Mancz is still dealing with a serious ankle injury that kept him out for the majority of the preseason and the season opener against the Saints.
Kelemete could also be kept out of action for this game out of precaution with a wrist injury since Tytus Howard was a full participant in practice after suffering a broken finger against the Detroit Lions in preseason action. Slot wide receiver Keke Coutee could also be in line to make his debut this season after dealing with an ankle injury that occurred in the preseason opener.
Deshaun Watson, Will Fuller, Justin Reid, and Tashaun Gipson were also full participants in practice after being nicked up in week one.
It will be interesting to see how the Texans monitor DeAndre Hopkins’ rib injury that has kept limited in practice throughout the week. Hopkins led the team with two touchdown receptions against the Saints in the season opener.