Texans dealing with injuries to Andre Johnson, Duane Brown and Ed Reed

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September 19, 2013|By John McClain | Houston Chronicle

Texans coaches are concerned with three players suffering from injuries -- offensive tackle Duane Brown (turf toe), receiver Andre Johnson (concussion) and free safety Ed Reed (hip).

Brown, who's wearing a walking boot because of a sore toe, could miss the Baltimore game. Johnson is expected back at practice Thursday and should start against the Ravens. As for Reed and his unofficial homecoming, nobody has a clue.

Brown was injured in the victory over Tennessee but continued to play. If he can't go against the Ravens, Ryan Harris will replace him.

"It's probably an end-of-the-week decision," head coach Gary Kubiak said about Brown and Reed, meaning a game-time decision.

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