Texans vs. Packers Week 7 injury report: TE Jordan Akins questionable

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The Houston Texans released their final injury report ahead of their Week 7 showdown with the Green Bay Packers at NRG Stadium.

Tight end Jordan Akins missed his third straight practice with concussion and an ankle injury. The Texans gave him the questionable designation.

Also being placed as questionable was inside linebacker Peter Kalambayi, who has been working through a hamstring injury the entire season.

Inside linebacker Dylan Cole (knee), cornerback Keion Crossen (foot), running back Buddy Howell (hamstring), guard Senio Kelemete (knee), and left tackle Laremy Tunsili (shoulder) were upgraded as full participants in Friday’s practice. Safety Justin Reid had his second straight day with full participation as he works through a shoulder injury.

For Green Bay, OT David Bakhtiari (chest) was listed as doubtful, as were CB Kevin King (quadricep) and S Darnell Savage (quadricep).

DL Montravius Adams (foot), OLB Preston Smith (shoulder), TE Robert Tonyan (ankle), and RB Aaron Jones (calf) were listed as questionable. Jones actually did not participate in Friday’s practice.

RB Tyler Ervin (wrist) and DL Tyler Lancaster (shoulder) were listed as out.

For more information on Green Bay’s injury situation, check out the Packers Wire.