The Houston Texans are fresh off an incredible victory against the Colts in Indianapolis, and are headed to the playoffs for the first time since 2019, in which they lost to the Kansas City Chiefs in the Divisional Round.
In a dramatic turn of events, the Texans have won the AFC South, and are set to host the Cleveland Browns this Saturday afternoon.
Here is a look at Wednesday’s injury report:
DID NOT PARTICIPATE:
- Defensive End Will Anderson Jr. (Ankle)
- Fullback Andrew Beck (Calf)
- Defensive End Jonathan Greenard (Ankle)
- Defensive End Jerry Hughes (Ankle)
- Wide Receiver Noah Brown (Back)
- Wide Receiver Robert Woods (Hip)
- Defensive Tackle Sheldon Rankins (Shoulder)
- Center Michael Deiter (Elbow)
- Defensive Tackle Maliek Collins (Hip)
Multiple starters did not participate today, but most are expected to play as of right now. The Texans are likely to get wide receiver Robert Woods back, who has been a consistent player for Houston all year.
The Texans need all the help they can get heading into a tough matchup against the Browns.