Browns at Texans Thursday Injury Report

Cleveland Browns

Did Not Participate: DL Auston English (Knee), RB Montario Hardesty (Calf), DB Dimitri Patterson (Knee)

Limited Participation: LB Chris Gocong (Shoulder), RB Peyton Hillis (Hamstring), LB Kaluka Maiava (Knee), WR Mohammed Massaquoi (Head), OL Tony Pashos (Ankle), DB Ray Ventrone (Hamstring), DB T.J. Ward (Knee)

Full Participation: OL Shawn Lauvao (Knee)

Houston Texans

Did Not Participate: WR Andre Johnson (Knee), FS Danieal Manning (Ankle)

Limited Participation: LB Connor Barwin (Achilles), FB James Casey (Chest), LB Brian Cushing (Knee), LB DeMeco Ryans (Elbow/Wrist/Hanstring), WR Kevin Walter (Knee)

Full Participation: CB Jason Allen (Knee), G Thomas Austin (Knee), LB Bryan Braman (Neck), G Mike Brisiel (Shin), T Duane Brown (Shoulder), G Antoine Caldwell (Ankle), CB Sherrick McManis (Groin), C Chris Myers (Knee), RB Ben Tate (Ankle), T Eric Winston (Ankle)

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One Response to “Browns at Texans Thursday Injury Report”

  1. denolakes says:

    In Cleveland, we are back to not believing in this team for yet another year. I know it is only six games in, but we have seen enough to know what this team is — and is not — all about. This year is all about development of the youngsters and assessing what they bring. Can’t tell a whole lot from the first 6, but they haven’t beat anybody with a record — in fact, their wins come against a combined 2-22 record. While some of the scores seem to be closer and the fact that they are scoring is far better than the embarrassing drought that characterized a couple of seasons ago . . . they do not seem to be improving much this season. Yes, we have draft picks next year — but so does Cincy (11 in all, including 2-1s and 2-2s). With Green and Dalton on the field with several good defensive players already, Cincy is well-positioned to make significant strides. Detroit has done wonderful things. If Cleveland can find a way to step their game up, this part of the country could have some really fun seasons for years to come. But, what about Cleveland? I see OL, WR and CB as draft priorities. And now, RB is a priority, too. But, even a decent RB can become great behind the right OL . . . so what do you do? High draft pick RBs generally don’t last all that long, from what I have seen. Reggie Bush, Ricky Williams, LT . . . all have ended up with teams other than the ones that drafted them. Quality WRs can be found in mid-rounds, a la Ward and maybe Little. But then, there is Calvin Johnson and A.J. Green So, I draft OL ahead of RB and maybe WR — depends on the WR, I guess. Sheldon Brown seems to have difficulty maintaining coverage these days; at least, he sure seems to be behind plays a lot. So, Haden shows how valuable a good CB is. And, if another guy named Clay Mathews is available — draft him!

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