While head coach Bill O'Brien doesn't discuss injuries, he was forthcoming about Kareem Jackson's status for Sunday's game against the Browns.
"I would say Kareem Jackson probably would not play against Cleveland, but we'll see how that goes during the week," O'Brien said Monday.
Jackson left during the first quarter of the Texans 31-21 loss to Philadelphia on November 2 and did not return. The fifth-year veteran cornerback suffered a reported knee injury.
"I would say most of the guys we talked about the other day, pretty much day-to-day with the exception of Kareem Jackson," O'Brien said.
Several players have also been dealing with injuries heading into Week 11 including Arian Foster (groin), Jadeveon Clowney (knee), Brian Cushing (knee), and Darryl Morris (ankle). Starting cornerback Johnathan Joseph cleared the NFL concussion protocol and returned to practice on Monday.
The Texans gained an extra practice day on Monday after four days off during the bye week. Houston travels to Cleveland on Sunday with kickoff against the Browns scheduled for 12 p.m. on CBS KHOU-11 and SportsRadio 610.