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Texans vs. Browns injury report: starters return to practice

Thursday’s Houston Texans injury report.

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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 Thursday’s injury report:

DID NOT PARTICIPATE:

  • Defensive End Jerry Hughes (Ankle) OUT

LIMITED PARTICIPATION:

  • Wide Receiver Robert Woods (Hip) QUESTIONABLE
  • Defensive Tackle Sheldon Rankins (Shoulder) QUESTIONABLE
  • Defensive Tackle Maliek Collins (Hip) QUESTIONABLE
  • Defensive End Will Anderson Jr. (Ankle) QUESTIONABLE
  • Fullback Andrew Beck (Calf) QUESTIONABLE
  • Defensive End Jonathan Greenard (Ankle) QUESTIONABLE
  • Defensive End Jerry Hughes (Ankle) QUESTIONABLE
  • Wide Receiver Noah Brown (Back) QUESTIONABLE

FULL PARTICIPATION:

  • Center Michael Deiter (Elbow)

There may be a good amount of questionable injury designations on the injury report this week, but the good news is that most are expected to play, including Texans sack leader Jonathan Greenard.

Wide receivers Robert Woods and Noah Brown will be game-time decisions, according to Texans Reporter Aaron Wilson.

It seems like the Texans will be near full strength for their wildcard matchup against the Cleveland Browns in Houston.