The Houston Texans are down to T. J. Yates as their starting quarterback as Matt Schaub and Matt Leinart are out for the year with injuries. However, the Texans are expecting more from wide receiver Andre Johnson who has been out since Week 4 with a hamstring injury and had a poor performance last week. Johnson was limited in practice all week only as a precaution.
Here's the rest of Friday's edition of the Texans injury report for Week 13:
Did not participate in practice: Defensive end Tim Bullman (calf, out) and fullback Lawrence Vickers (hamstring, questionable).
Limited participation in practice: Linebacker Brian Cushing (ribs, probable), tight end Garrett Graham (hamstring, questionable) and wide receiver Andre Johnson (hamstring, probable).
Full participation in practice: Linebacker Mister Alexander (shoulder, probable), cornerback Jason Allen (thumb, probable), guard Mike Brislel (ankle, probable), defensive tackle Shaun Cody (toe and ankle, probable), tight end Owen Daniels (knee, probable), linebacker Tim Dobbins (shoulder, probable), tight end Joel Dreessen (neck, probable), cornerback Jonathan Joseph (hip, probable), safety Danieal Manning (ankle, probable), safety Glover Quinn (elbow, probable), defensive end Antonio Smith (shoulder and back, probable), guard Wade Smith (ankle, probable) and defensive end J.J. Watt (knee and thigh,probable).
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