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Texans vs. Titans injury report: starting quarterback remains OUT

Thursday’s Houston Texans injury report.

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The Houston Texans are coming off an embarrassing loss to the New York Jets, and hope to bounce back this weekend against the Tennessee Titans.

The Texans have been beat up on the injury report all year, and things are not getting any better. Here is a look at Thursday’s injury report:

DID NOT PARTICIPATE:

Quarterback C.J. Stroud (Concussion)

Linebacker Blake Cashman (Hamstring)

Wide Receiver Nico Collins (Calf)

Defensive Back Tavierre Thomas (Hamstring)

Defensive End Will Anderson Jr. (Ankle)

Right Tackle George Fant (Hip)

LIMITED PARTICIPATION:

Wide Receiver Noah Brown (Knee)

Defensive Tackle Maliek Collins (Chest)

Right Guard Shaq Mason (Calf)

Linebacker Henry To’oTo’o (Hamstring)

FULL PARTICIPATION:

Kicker Ka’imi Fairbairn (Quadriceps)

Tight End Dalton Schultz (Hamstring)

Left Tackle Laremy Tunsil (Knee)

The Texans could be without several starters this weekend, but the major one is quarterback C.J Stroud. Stroud is dealing with a concussion, but is making steady progress. Backup quarterback Davis Mills will likely be the starter.

If Houston wants to remain in the playoff hunt, this upcoming game against the Titans is huge.