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Texans vs. Colts injury report: starting defensive end ruled OUT

Thursday’s Houston Texans injury report.

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The Houston Texans beat the Tennessee Titans last weekend by a wide margin, and allowed only three points. Houston will now travel to Indianapolis to take on the Colts this Saturday. The winner of this game will advance to the playoffs.

Here is a look at Thursday’s injury report:

DID NOT PARTICIPATE:

  • Defensive End Jonathan Greenard (Ankle) OUT
  • Wide Receiver Noah Brown (Back) OUT
  • Wide Receiver Robert Woods (Hip) QUESTIONABLE

LIMITED PARTICIPATION:

  • Defensive End Will Anderson Jr. (Ankle) QUESTIONABLE
  • Fullback Andrew Beck (Calf) QUESTIONABLE
  • Defensive End Maliek Collins (Hip) QUESTIONABLE
  • Left Tackle Laremy Tunsil (Groin) QUESTIONABLE
  • Defensive Tackle Sheldon Rankins (Ankle) QUESTIONABLE

You may look at this injury report at first glance and be worried, but the good news is that most players listed as questionable are expected to play on Saturday.

Houston will be without their best pass rusher in Jonathan Greenard, along with wide receiver Noah brown.

Regardless of the outcome in Indianapolis this weekend, the Texans have been far better than previously expected this season, and will be a very good team for a long time, with C.J Stroud at quarterback.