Texans Injury Report, Week 13: Andre Johnson Probable Vs. Falcons

The Houston Texans will be without injured quarterbacks Matt Schaub and Matt Leinart for the rest of the 2011 NFL season. But, finally, they have Andre Johnson back on the field. The highly regarded wide receiver is listed as probable for the Texans' Week 13 clash with the Atlanta Falcons, and will be playing in his second straight game for Houston.

Johnson, who hurt his hamstring in a Week 4 win over Pittsburgh, did not play after that injury until Week 12, when he recorded two catches for 22 yards.

Here's the rest of Friday's edition of the Texans injury report for Week 13:

OUT: DE Tim Bulman (calf).

DOUBTFUL: none.

QUESTIONABLE: TE Graham Garrett (hamstring), FB Lawrence Vickers (hamstrong).

PROBABLE: LB Mister Alexander (shoulder), CB Jason Allen (thumb), G Mike Brisiel (ankle), DT Shaun Cody (toe/ankle), LB Brian Cushing (ribs), TE Owen Daniels (knee), LB Tim Dobbins (shoulder), TE Joel Dreeseen (neck), WR Andre Johnson (knee), CB Johnathan Joseph (hip), S Danieal Manning (ankle), SS Glover Quin (elbow), DE Antonio Smith (shoulder/back), G Wade Smith (ankle), DE J.J. Watt (knee/thigh).

For more on the Texans, head to Battle Red Blog; for more on the Falcons, visit The Falcoholic.

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