Texans vs. Rams Friday injury report: 5 questionable for Houston in Week 8

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The Houston Texans released their final injury report for Week 8 against the Los Angeles Rams.

The only player declared out for the game was quarterback Deshaun Watson (not injury related). Watson and tight end Pharaoh Brown (thigh) were the only players who did not practice Friday. Brown is listed as questionable.

All of the limited players — center Justin Britt (knee), center-guard Justin McCray (ankle), defensive tackle Jaleel Johnson (back), and linebacker Christian Kirksey (thumb) — were listed as questionable for Sunday.

The only player who was a full participant was running back Rex Burkhead (hip), and he was not given a designation for Sunday.

For the Rams, receiver DeSean Jackson (rest), DL Sebastian Joseph-Day (chest), and left tackle Andrew Whitworth (knee) were declared out, and all three did not practice. Cornerback Jalen Ramsey (illness) also did not practice and was listed as questionable.

Safety Justin Fuller (knee) and cornerback Robert Rochell (knee) were the other players listed as questionable. Both were full participants in Friday’s practice.

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