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Texans vs. Jets injury report: starting tight end set to miss second straight game

A look at Friday’s Houston Texans injury report:

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The Houston Texans are fresh off their win against the Denver Broncos at home, and are now up against the Jets in New York this weekend.

Here is a look at Friday’s injury report:

DID NOT PARTICIPATE:

  • Defensive End Will Anderson Jr. (Shoulder)
  • Wide Receiver Noah Brown (Knee) QUESTIONABLE
  • Tight End Dalton Schultz (Hamstring) OUT

LIMITED PARTICIPATION:

  • Defensive Tackle Sheldon Rankins (Shoulder / Elbow) QUESTIONABLE

FULL PARTICIPATION:

  • Right Tackle George Fant (Hip) QUESTIONABLE
  • Linebacker Neville Hewitt (Hamstring)
  • Left Tackle Laremy Tunsil (Knee)
  • Safety Jimmie Ward (Shoulder)
  • Linebacker Denzel Perryman (Knee)

The Texans are relatively healthy entering this potential trap game against the New York Jets. Everyone listed as questionable heading into Sunday’s game is expected to play.

The biggest loss is tight end Dalton Schultz, who will be replaced by Brevin Jordan in the starting lineup. Jordan started in place of Schultz last week, and had three catches for 64 yards.

In order for the Texans to remain in the AFC playoff picture, they need to get this win against a Jets team that has only four wins.