Texans vs. Chargers injury report: TE Brevin Jordan out

The Houston Texans released their final injury report for Week 4 against the Los Angeles Chargers.

Tight end Brevin Jordan (ankle) and tackle Austin Deculus (ankle) were listed as out. They did not participate in practice Friday.

Tight end Pharaoh Brown (shoulder/hip) was limited in practice and was given the questionable designation. Defensive tackle Kurt Hinish (foot), cornerback Isaac Yiadom (thigh), and linebacker Jaylen Reeves-Maybin (back) were listed as questionable, and all three had full participation on Friday.

Linebacker Blake Cashman (hip), defensive tackle Maliek Collins (knee), running back Dameon Pierce (hip), and safety M.J. Stewart (hip) were not given an injury designation, and they were all full participants in practice.

The Chargers announced receiver Keenan Allen (hamstring) as out, and he was not a participant in Friday’s practice.

Center Corey Linsley (knee/rest) was a non-participant in practice and given the questionable designation.

Tight end Donald Parham (hamstring) was a full participant and given the questionable designation.

For more information on Los Angeles’ injury report, check out the Chargers Wire.


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