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Andre Johnson listed as probable for Monday night

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Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson didn’t do much in practice this week as the team used its 11-day layoff between Weeks Thirteen and Fourteen games to get Johnson as close to 100 percent as possible. Johnson has played through a high right ankle sprain for the vast majority of the season.

On Saturday, the Texans released their injury report for Monday night’s game. Johnson is listed as probable, along with quarterback Matt Schaub (knee), tight end Owen Daniels (hamstring), and defensive end Mario Williams (groin). Schaub, Williams, and Johnson will be full-time players against the Ravens. Daniels will play behind Joel Dreessen.

The only Texan ruled out is fourth-string tight end Garrett Graham. Graham has a hamstring strain.

The Ravens, meanwhile, have ruled out tight end Todd Heap (hamstring). Cornerback Fabian Washington, who’s been benched for Josh Wilson, is questionable with a hamstring injury. Listed as probable for the Ravens are fullback Le’Ron McClain (ankle), cornerback Lardarius Webb (thigh), and reserve safety Tom Zbikowski (foot).


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2 Responses to “Andre Johnson listed as probable for Monday night”
  1. bodybaggame says: Dec 11, 2010 4:16 PM

    Uh huh..I really believe he’s probable….As much as I believe my wife is listed as probable for the remainder of the holiday shopping season due to a nagging purse strap injury…

  2. bebopa says: Dec 11, 2010 9:00 PM

    a good guy and a great player, the Ravens will have to concentrate on containing him

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