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2012 AFC Wild Card, Houston Texans Injury Report: Bryan Braman Only Player To Miss Practice

All hands on deck for the Houston Texans on Wednesday as Gary Kubiak's squad is relatively at full strength coming into Saturday's matchup versus the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC Wild Card playoff round. Yes, they're without their signal caller (Matt Schaub) and defensive hellraiser (Mario Williams) but you already knew that. So who was the only one unable to get on the field Wednesday?

Coach Gary Kubiak said rookie defensive end Bryan Braman was the only player who was unable to participate in a spirited practice at Methodist Training Center. Braman suffered a sore neck when he recorded a sack in Sunday’s loss to Tennessee — not when he lost his helmet and led with his head in forcing punt returner Marc Mariani out of bounds.

Here is the full injury report for the Texans on Wednesday:

Did Not Participate in Practice

LB Bryan Braman (Neck)

Limited Participation in Practice

CB Jason Allen (Back)
G Mike Brisiel (Ankle)
TE Owen Daniels (Knee)
CB Johnathan Joseph (Achilles)
T Derek Newton (Hip)
S Troy Nolan (Ankle)

Full Participation in Practice

G Antoine Caldwell (Ankle)
FB James Casey (Knee)
NT Shaun Cody (Knee)
TE Joel Dreessen (Knee)
RB Arian Foster (Knee)
WR Andre Johnson (Hamstring)
WR Bryant Johnson (Thigh)
CB Sherrick McManis (Ankle)
C Chris Myers (Knee)
S Glover Quin (Ankle/Elbow)
T Eric Winston (Calf)
QB T.J. Yates (L. Shoulder)

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