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2012 NFL Playoffs, Houston Texans Injury Report: Owen Daniels Will Play Vs. Ravens

The Houston Texans kept Andre Johnson limited in practice Wednesday as final preparations are being made by Gary Kubiak and the coaching staff to come up with a gameplan to take down the Baltimore Ravens. Fortunately for him, Houston is relatively healthy and the only other injury of note is Houston tight end Owen Daniels. Daniels is the Texans' leading receiver but injured hand versus the Bengals.

Texans coach Gary Kubiak said Monday that Daniels would play against the Ravens. Here is the injury report for Houston.


G Mike Brisiel (ankle)

TE Owen Daniels (hand, knee)

WR Andre Johnson (knee)

S Troy Nolan (ankle)


LB Mister Alexander (shoulder)

CB Jason Allen (thumb)

LB Bryan Braman (neck)

RB James Casey (knee, foot)

DT Shaun Cody (knee)

TE Joel Dreessen (knee)

CB Sherrick McManis (ankle)

C Chris Myers (knee)

LB Brooks Reed (knee)

RB Ben Tate (shoulder)

T Eric Winston (calf)

QB T.J. Yates (left shoulder)

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