Texans vs. Bills Friday injury report: S Justin Reid a full participant

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The Houston Texans released their last injury report for Week 4 as they gear up to take on the Buffalo Bills Sunday at 12:00 p.m. Central Time at Highmark Stadium.

On the heels of having to place linebacker Zach Cunningham and defensive tackle Ross Blacklock on the COVID-19 reserve, the Texans did get some good news. Safety Justin Reid (knee) was a full participant in Friday’s practice and was listed without a designation for Sunday’s game, which in today’s post-probable NFL means he is ready to go against the Bills.

Linebacker Kamu Grugier-Hill (knee) and center Justin Britt (thigh) were also full participants and did not have designations.

Cornerback Terrance Mitchell (concussion/illness) and linebacker Garret Wallow (illness) were listed as questionable and were limited in Friday’s practice.

Receiver Danny Amendola (thigh), quarterback Deshaun Watson (not injury related), and running back Scottie Phillips (illness) were listed as out and also did not participate in Friday’s practice.

For Buffalo, offensive lineman Jon Feliciano (concussion) and safety Jordan Poyer (ankle) were listed as out.

Cornerback Taron Johnson (groin) and defensive end Efe Obada ankle) were listed as questionable.

For more information on Buffalo’s injury report, check out the Bills Wire.