NFL injury report, Titans vs. Texans 2013: Ed Reed, David Stewart questionable for AFC South battle

Scott Halleran

Reed will look to make his regular season debut on Sunday while the Titans could be without their starting right tackle.

The Houston Texans and Tennessee Titans will have just about everyone healthy for their AFC South showdown when they square off at Reliant Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

The Texans featured 18 players on their injury report, though All-Pro safety Ed Reed is the only one not listed as probable for the game. Reed missed last week's season opener and it seems his chances of playing in Week 2 are 50/50 after being limited in Friday's practice. J.J. Watt, Brian Cushing and Brooks Reed were full participants this week and should have no trouble starting.

The Titans only listed five players on their injury report, though their statuses are less certain. Punter Brett Kern is probable, but linebacker Zaviar Gooden, running back Shonn Greene, right tackle David Stewart and wide receiver Damian Williams are all questionable. Stewart is the big name to keep an eye on here; he was a full participant on Friday after not practicing all week, and if he is unable to go on Sunday, the Titans will likely have a lot of trouble keeping the Texans' vaunted pass rush at bay.

Texans injury report


FS Ed Reed (Hip)


LT Duane Brown (ankle)
ILB Brian Cushing (knee)
TE Owen Daniels (back/groin)
RB Arian Foster (calf)
TE Garrett Graham (hip)
DE Tim Jamison (foot)
S Shiloh Keo (Achilles)
ILB Joe Mays (quadricep)
CB Brice McCain (knee)
C Chris Myers (back)
T Derek Newton (knee)
WR DeVier Posey (Achilles)
OLB Brooks Reed (back)
ILB Darryl Sharpton (concussion)
LG Wade Smith (knee)
RB Ben Tate (shoulder)
DE J.J. Watt (quadricep)

Titans injury report


LB Zaviar Gooden (ankle)
RB Shonn Greene (knee)
RT David Stewart (calf)
WR Damian Williams (hamstring)


P Brett Kern (calf)

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