Texans Injury Report: Defensive Backs Limited In Practice

WRs DeAndre Hopkins (ribs) and Will Fuller V (calf/oblique) returned to full participation

Brandon Scott
October 17, 2019 - 4:21 pm

HOUSTON (SportsRadio 610) -- Three of the Texans starters in the secondary were limited in practice Thursday with lingering injuries.

Cornerbacks Johnathan Joseph and Bradley Roby are dealing with hamstring injuries, while safety Tashaun Gipson Sr. was limited with injuries to his hip and wrist.

After being limited Wednesday, wide receivers DeAndre Hopkins (ribs) and Will Fuller V (calf/oblique) returned to full participation, as did linebacker Zach Cunningham (knee).

Offensive linemen Tytus Howard (knee) and Greg Mancz (concussion) are still out.

The Texans travel to face the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday at noon.

For Indy, defensive end Justin Houston (calf) and tight end Eric Ebron did not participate in practice Thursday. Safety Malik Hooker was also limited.

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