Texans vs. Browns Thursday injury report: WR Andre Roberts a full participant

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The Houston Texans released their Thursday injury report ahead of their Week 2 encounter with the Cleveland Browns Sunday at 12:00 p.m. Central Time at FirstEnergy Stadium.

There was no change with regards to tight end Pharaoh Brown (ankle/shoulder) and quarterback Deshaun Watson (not injury related). Neither were full participants in practice for the second straight day.

Safety Lonnie Johnson (thigh) similarly had no change as he was a limited participant in practice. Cornerback Desmond King (knee) did upgrade to limited participant in practice.

Houston also had some favorable news with receiver Andre Roberts (knee) being upgraded to a full participant in practice. Defensive end Jonathan Greenard (illness), who was also a full participant in Wednesday’s practice, was taken off of the injury report.

The Texans also made two roster moves. Linebacker Kevin Pierre-Louis (thigh) was placed on injured reserve. Offensive tackle Charlie Heck was taken off the COVID-19 reserve and placed back on the active roster.

For more information on the Browns’ 13-player injury report, check out the Browns Wire.