The Houston Texans are facing several injury concerns heading into their game against the Cardinals on Sunday. Receiver Noah Brown and rookie edge rusher Will Anderson are both questionable to play, with Brown remaining a non-participant in Friday’s practice and Anderson not practicing on Friday either.
In addition to Brown and Anderson, defensive end Dylan Horton is also questionable after appearing on the injury report on Friday. On a positive note, running back Dameon Pierce, who has been out for the past three weeks with an ankle injury, returned to practice on Friday, although he was limited in his work.
With Pierce ruled out for Sunday’s game, Devin Singletary will continue to fill in for him after a standout performance in Week 10. Singletary was named AFC offensive player of the week with 30 carries for 150 yards and a touchdown against the Bengals.
Several players have been ruled out for Sunday’s game as well, including safety Grayland Arnold, linebacker Jake Hansen, linebacker Henry To’oTo’o, and safety Jimmie Ward, all with various injuries. This leaves the Texans with some challenges in their matchup against the Cardinals.