Texans vs. Colts Friday injury report: QB C.J. Stroud questionable

The Houston Texans released their final injury report ahead of their Week 1 encounter with the Indianapolis Colts Sunday at 12:00 p.m. Central Time at NRG Stadium.

Safety Jalen Pitre (chest), and safety Jimmie Ward (hip) were still listed as non-participants and declared out for the contest.

Also listed as a non-participant was left tackle Laremy Tunsil (knee), who was a limited participant on Thursday.

Linebacker Neville Hewitt (illness) was upgraded to limited participation and given the questionable designation.

A late addition to the limited category was quarterback C.J. Stroud (right shoulder), and he was given a questionable designation.

Linebacker Blake Cashman (hamstring) and receiver John Metchie (hamstring) were upgraded to full participation.

Safety Grayland Arnold (hamstring), tackle George Fant (shoulder), linebacker Denzel Perryman (ankle/wrist), tight end Dalton Schultz (thigh), and receiver Robert Woods (non injury related – rest) were full participants for the second straight day.

Running back Dare Ogunbowale remained a full participant as he works back from a hamstring injury that kept him limited all last week.

The Indianapolis Colts declared guard Quenton Nelson questionable as he deals with a toe injury. Nelson was a limited participant for the first time this week.

Tight end Drew Ogletree (concussion) was upgraded to a full participant.

For more information on Indianapolis’ injury report, check out the Colts Wire.

Story originally appeared on Texans Wire