Texans' Jon Greenard returns to practice, Brandin Cooks questionable

Texans starting defensive end Jon Greenard returned to practice from a foot injury on a limited basis and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Seattle Seahawks.

Greenard leads the Texans with a career-high eight sacks.

Meanwhile, wide receiver Brandin Cooks (back) is questionable after being limited Friday and added to the injury report.

Tight end Brevin Jordan (hand), safety A.J. Moore (hip), cornerback Jimmy Moreland (foot) and linebacker Kevin Pierre-Louis (hamstring-wrist) are questionable. Pierre-Louis didn't practice Friday. The other players were limited.

Safety Terrence Brooks (hamstring) was officially ruled out along with quarterback Deshaun Watson (non-injury reasons-personal matter).

Center Justin Britt (knee), defensive tackle Maliek Collins (illness), wide receiver Nico Collins (thigh), offensive tackle Tytus Howard (ankle), running back David Johnson (illness, thigh), linebacker Christian Kirksey (thumb), defensive end Jacob Martin (knee), center Justin McCray (concussion), cornerback Terrance Mitchell (illness) and quarterback Tyrod Taylor (hyperextended left wrist) all participated fully and are set to play Sunday.

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