Yesterday afternoon, the official injury report for the Houston Texans at Miami Dolphins injury report was released. The Dolphins continue to have only a few players on the report, while Houston has several player listed.
Most notably for the Dolphins is the move of both rookies into the probable category, as both FB/TE Charles Clay and RB Daniel Thomas missed the Week 1 opener. The Miami running game was lacking last week, and the return of players seen by most as high potential, needed pieces for the Dolphins is a welcome sight.
As for the Texans, running back Arian Foster is still listed as questionable, although he is expected, at least by the media, to play this week. However, Foster may have lost his starting job to fellow running back Ben Tate, who also shows up on the report, however he is listed as probable.
Make the jump to see the entire list for both teams:
RB Derrick Ward (Ankle & Shoulder/did not practice)
CB Roc Carmichael (Shoulder/limited practice) - Placed on IR after release of official report.
WR Kevin Walter (Shoulder & Quadricep/limited practice)
RB Arian Foster (Hamstring/limited practice)
CB Sherrick McManis (Hamstring/limited practice)
CB Jason Allen (Knee/full practice)
G Thomas Austin (Knee/full practice)
G Antoine Caldwell (Ankle/full practice)
LB Brian Cushing (Foot/full practice)
CB Brandon Harris (Ankle/full practice)
LB Brooks Reed (Wrist/full practice)
LB DeMeco Ryans (Elbow & Achilles’/full practice)
RB Ben Tate (Quadricep/full practice)
LB Mario Williams (Elbow/full practice)
DT Shaun Cody (Neck/limited practice)
DE Antonio Smith (Groin/limited practice)
DE Tony McDaniel (Hand/did not practice today)
S Chris Clemons (Hamstring/did not practice today)
WR Roberto Wallace (Quadricep/did not practice today)
LB Jason Taylor (Ankle/full practice today)
FB/TE Charles Clay (Hamstring/full practice today)
RB Daniel Thomas (Hamstring/full practice today)