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NFL Injury Report:
Houston Texans tight end Owen Daniels is among 13 players
listed as probable for today’s matchup with the Detroit Lions on the team’s
injury report, while cornerback Johnathan Joseph (hamstring) and running back
Ben Tate (hamstring) are questionable to suit up.
Daniels was able to return last week after missing one game
due to a back injury. He caught six passes for 57 yards against the
Jacksonville Jaguars and is expected to play against the Lions. Also among the
probables are defensive lineman Shaun Cody (back/ribs), linebacker Bradie James
(thumb) and guard Wade Smith (ribs).
Tate has missed the past three games due to a hamstring
injury, and the backup running back has a shot at returning against the Lions.
Meanwhile, NFL.com’s Albert Breer lists Joseph as a game-time decision.
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