Thursday Injury Status Report: Ravens v. Texans

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There wasn’t much change between the Wednesday and Thursday injury reports for the Ravens as they prepare to host the Houston Texans on Sunday at 1 PM at M&T Bank Stadium. Chykie Brown (knee) returned to practice in a limited capacity, and WR Deonte Thompson (foot), after being listed as “limited” on Wednesday, did not participate on Thursday.

With Ray Rice (hip) again not participating, it’s looking more and more like Bernard Pierce will be counted on to shoulder the load against J.J. Watt and the Texans’ 18th-ranked rush defense.

As for the Texans, there wasn’t much change there either. RB Arian Foster had a thumb added to his list of ailments (which yesterday only included calf/chest), while his backup Ben Tate (shoulder) was added to the report as a full participant. Andre Johnson was upgraded from DNP to limited participation, while Ed Reed was again limited.

Here’s the Injury Report Status for Thursday (today).

 

BALTIMORE RAVENS

OUT: WR Jacoby Jones (knee)

DID NOT PARTICIPATE: LB Arthur Brown (chest); DE Chris Canty (thigh); C Ryan Jensen (foot); RB Ray Rice (hip); WR Deonte Thompson (foot)

LIMITED PARTICIPATION: CB Chykie Brown (knee); DT Brandon Williams (toe)

 

Houston Texans

DID NOT PARTICIPATE: LT Duane Brown (toe); TE Garrett Graham (hip/groin);

LIMITED PARTICIPATION: TE Owen Daniels (rest-NIR); WR Andre Johnson (concussion); FS Ed Reed (hip); LG Wade Smith (knee)

FULL PARTICIPATION: LB Brian Cushing (knee); RB Arian Foster (calf/chest/thumb); CB Jonathan Joseph (rest-NIR); LB Joe Mays (quad); CB Brice McCain (knee); C Chris Meyers (back); RT Derek Newton (knee/calf); WR DeVier Posey (achilles/foot); LB Darryl Sharpton (hip); RB Ben Tate (shoulder)

 

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