Texans-Bengals Thursday injury report

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  1. CloakNNNdagger

    CloakNNNdagger Site Contributor

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    Keep in mind that "limited participation" is probably already further limited by the fact that there may not have been any contact drills during this short week We may not really know what to expect from these players.


    HOUSTON TEXANS

    Limited Participation in Practice
    CB Jason Allen (Back), LB Bryan Braman (Neck), G Mike Brisiel (Ankle), TE Owen Daniels (Knee), S Troy Nolan (Ankle)

    Full Participation in Practice
    G Antoine Caldwell (Ankle), FB James Casey (Knee), NT Shaun Cody (Knee), TE Joel Dreessen (Knee), RB Arian Foster (Knee), WR Andre Johnson (Hamstring), WR Bryant Johnson (Thigh), CB Johnathan Joseph (Achilles), CB Sherrick McManis (Ankle), C Chris Myers (Knee), T Derek Newton (Hip), S Glover Quin (Ankle/Elbow), T Eric Winston (Calf), QB T.J. Yates (L. Shoulder)

    CINCINNATI BENGALS

    Did Not Participate in Practice
    DE Jonathan Fanene (Non-Injury), S Taylor Mays (Hamstring), LB Dontay Moch (Illness)

    Limited Participation in Practice
    DT Geno Atkins (Achilles), QB Andy Dalton (Illness), DE Frostee Rucker (Shoulder)

    Full Participation in Practice
     
  2. ChampionTexan

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    I don't think it was a short week from a practice standpoint, the players gave up/lost their off day (Normally Tuesday), so Monday was the same as a normal Monday, and Tuesday - Friday functioned or will function like Wednesday - Saturday.
     
  3. CloakNNNdagger

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    I had heard that they had not had contact through Wednesday. It is unlikely that they would schedule contact within 48 hours of a game..........those are usually walk-throughs.
     

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