Texans injury report is lengthy heading into playoff game against Chiefs
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The Texans’ training room is crowded heading into Saturday’s AFC wild-card playoff game against the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Texans filed a lengthy injury report Wednesday. However, the only players in any danger of missing the game are outside linebacker Jadeveon Clowney (left foot) and wide receiver Nate Washington (hip).
Several players were limited, including Pro Bowl defensive end J.J. Watt (broken left hand, groin), punter Shane Lechler (left hamstring), Pro Bowl wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins (hand), tight end Ryan Griffin (Achilles), center Ben Jones (kne), offensive tackle Derek Newton (elbow, shoulder), running back Alfred Blue (calf), cornerback Kevin Johnson (foot, wrist), outside linebacker John Simon (chest),
Participating fully: cornerback A.J. Bouye (knee) inside linebacker Max Bullough (shoulder), safety Quintin Demps (shoulder), cornerback Kareem Jackson (ankle), outside linebacker Whitney Mercilus (back), running back Chris Polk (knee) and offensive guard Xavi
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