Earlier, as TIM noted, D’Onta Foreman finally practiced again after tearing his Achilles last year. There’s also more great news. Today at practice, Johnathan Joseph, Aaron Colvin, Zach Cunningham, and Andre Hal were all limited participants. Andre Hal claimed he is 100% and said he will be playing on Sunday, but nothing is official yet. There isn’t an update on who will actually play this weekend.
BUT, they all did practice today. The Texans may not need all of them this weekend or next week against the Titans, or the week after against the Browns, but they’ll need the secondary healthy against the Colts on December 9th.
Limited for Texans: Aaron Colvin (ankle), Keke Coutee (hamstring), Zach Cunningham (sprained knee), Duke Ejiofor (Shoulder), Andre Hal (shoulder), DeAndre Hopkins (foot), Johnathan Joseph (sprained knee, sprained ankle); Full participation: Brian Peters (ankle)— Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) November 14, 2018
With the Foreman news and the injury report, that’s all we got for today. We’ll be here the rest of the week as we get ready for the Houston-Washington game, a contest that matters now that the Colts and Titans have crawled out from their graves.