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Injury report for Texans vs. Browns: Cleveland gets Chubb, Teller back; Texans missing starting LG

The Browns are as healthy as they can be to begin the second half of the season.

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Here is the injury report for the Cleveland Browns’ Week 10 game against the Houston Texans:

Cleveland Browns

Position Player Injury Wed Thu Fri Game Status
Position Player Injury Wed Thu Fri Game Status
WR Jarvis Landry Hip FP FP FP
TE Austin Hooper Abdomen FP FP FP
OG Joel Bitonio Elbow LP LP LP
OT Jack Conklin Knee LP LP LP
G Wyatt Teller Calf LP LP LP
C JC Tretter Knee LP LP LP
LB Jacob Phillips Knee LP LP LP QUESTIONABLE
LB Sione Takitaki Hand FP FP DNP
CB Denzel Ward Not Injury Related -- -- DNP

Houston Texans

Position Player Injury Wed Thu Fri Game Status
Position Player Injury Wed Thu Fri Game Status
RB David Johnson Concussion DNP DNP DNP OUT
OG Senio Kelemete Concussion DNP DNP DNP OUT
DE Charles Omenihu Hamstring DNP DNP DNP QUESTIONABLE
ILB Dylan Cole Back DNP LP LP QUESTIONABLE

Quick Hitters

  • Browns OL Chris Hubbard is out with COVID-19. Assuming no one else contracted it, the timing of that is convenient for Cleveland, in the sense that starting RG Wyatt Teller practiced this week and will make his return to action.
  • Also returning to action is RB Nick Chubb, who was a full-go in practice all week.
  • With the benefit of the bye, this is the healthiest the Browns have been in weeks. Rookie LB Jacob Phillips is the only player with an injury status; he is listed as questionable.
  • For the Texans, starting RB David Johnson is out, which means that former Browns RB Duke Johnson will get the start. Starting LG Senio Kelemete will also be out with a concussion, which means that former second-round pick Max Scharping will start there instead.