All-Pro defensive end J.J. Watt wasn't able to fully participate in practice Thursday due to a chest injury.
The Texans finished up practice Thursday, and with it came the release of a new injury report. The most notable name on the list was J.J. Watt, who was held to just limited participation due to a chest injury.
The injury does not appear to be serious, however, so he is expected to play Sunday and continue his pursuit of Michael Strahan's single-season sack record.
Other Texans injury news includes running back Arian Foster, who was a full participant for the second consecutive day while battling arrhythmia. He should be expected to play Sunday.
Tight end Owen Daniels continues to suffer from hamstring and neck injuries. After being a limited participant Wednesday, he did not practice at all Thursday, leaving his availability for Sunday's game in doubt.
A full injury report updated after Thursday's practice can be found here.
The Texans will take on the Colts Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. Kickoff is scheduled for noon CT.