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Texans vs. Titans injury report: QB1 set to return

Houston Texans Friday injury report.

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The Houston Texans are fresh off an embarrassing loss to the Cleveland Browns at home, and have a huge game coming up against the Titans in Tennessee.

The good news is that Houston will be getting their star rookie quarterback back in the lineup. C.J Stroud has cleared concussion protocol and will play this Sunday.

Here is a look at Friday’s injury report:

DID NOT PARTICIPATE:

  • Defensive Tackle Maliek Collins (Hip) QUESTIONABLE
  • Defensive End Jon Greenard (Ankle) OUT
  • Cornerback Steven Nelson (Hand, Foot, Hamstring) QUESTIONABLE

LIMITED PARTICIPATION:

  • Defensive End Will Anderson (Ankle) QUESTIONABLE
  • Fullback Andrew Beck (Calf) QUESTIONABLE
  • Defensive Tackle Sheldon Rankins (Ankle) QUESTIONABLE

FULL PARTICIPATION:

  • Quarterback C.J Stroud (Concussion)
  • Left Tackle Laremy Tunsil (Knee)
  • Linebacker Denzel Perryman (Ankle)
  • Right Guard Shaq Mason (Calf)
  • Wide Receiver Nico Collins (Calf)
  • Linebacker Blake Cashman (Hamstring)
  • Wide Receiver Noah Brown (Knee)

The Texans may be getting their starting quarterback back in the lineup, but Houston is still set to be without their top pass rusher in Jon Greenard. Everyone else listed as questionable will have a chance to play.

This is a must win game for the Texans, and they will need all the help they can get.