AFC South injury report: Brooks Reed, Derek Cox suffer setbacks in Week 12

Andrew Weber-US PRESSWIRE

More players were lost to injury this week.

Week 12 of the NFL is complete for the teams of the AFC South, and several teams in the division are coping with new injury setbacks.

The Houston Texans suffered injuries to linebacker Bradie James, offensive guard Antoine Caldwell, linebacker Brooks Reed, tight end Garrett Graham and offensive guard Derek Newton against the Detroit Lions on Thanksgiving.

The Indianapolis Colts made it through their game against the Bills without any major injuries, though wide receiver T.Y. Hilton was evaluated after absorbing a big hit. He was able to return to the game and finished the day with 111 total yards and a pair of touchdowns.

The Tennessee Titans lost defensive tackle Jurrell Casey to an arm injury Sunday during their 24-19 loss to Jacksonville, although he was later able to return to the game.

The Jacksonville Jaguars lost cornerbacks Aaron Ross and Derek Cox during their win. Ross left the game because of dehydration and figures to be okay going forward. Running back Jalen Parmele was hindered by a leg injury.

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