NFL: Texas’ Nico Collins out, Brandin Cooks questionable vs. Eagles


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The Houston Texans ruled out wide receiver Nico Collins for Thursday’s game against the visiting Philadelphia Eagles.

Collins, 23, did not practice at all during the short week while nursing a groin injury.

He has 18 catches for 305 yards in six games for the Texans (1-5-1).

Collins joined safety Grayland Arnold (quad), defensive lineman Maliek Collins (chest), linebacker Neville Hewitt (hamstring) and offensive lineman Justin McCray (concussion) in being ruled out for the contest against the Eagles (7-0).

Wide receiver Brandin Cooks (wrist) did not participate in practice for the second straight day on Wednesday and was listed as questionable for the contest.

Linebacker Christian Harris (thigh) and defensive back Desmond King II (knee) are also questionable to play on Thursday.

–Field Level Media


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