Denver Broncos vs. Houston Texans: Injury Report


Chris Harris missed his first career game (high school, college, and NFL) last week, but he should be ready to go on Sunday against the Houston Texans. (Chris Humphreys-US PRESSWIRE)

The Denver Broncos are entering week three relatively healthy. They had 52 out of 53 players participating in Friday’s practice, including cornerback Chris Harris who had to sit out last week due to a sprained ankle. The Houston Texans, meanwhile, have 10 listed on their injury report, but all should be ready to go on Sunday. Let’s take a look at what’s going on this week.


G Chris Kuper (Forearm) – Out

CB Chris Harris (Ankle) – Probable

S Quinton Carter (Knee) – Probable

TE Joel Dreessen (Ribs) – Probable

CB Tracy Porter (Neck) – Probable

LB Von Miller (Hip) – Probable

WR Brandon Stokley (Shoulder) – Probable


LB Tim Dobbins (Hamstring) – Questionable

CB Brice McCain (Knee) – Probable

LB Connor Barwin (Elbow) – Probable

LB Brian Cushing (Ribs) – Probable

G Antoine Caldwell (Ankle) – Probable

LB Bryan Braman (Hamstring) – Probable

LB Jesse Nading (Knee) – Probable

C Chris Myers (Neck) – Probable

DE Antonio Smith (Ankle) – Probable

LB Brooks Reed (Hip) – Probable

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