Texans LCB Kareem Jackson (knee) isn't due back until Week 14.
The Texans have had a lot of problems in their secondary with fill-ins A.J. Bouye and Darryl Morris struggling in Jackson's place. Jackson is a critical corner because he can both play outside and cover the slot in sub-packages.
The Houston Chronicle considers Arian Foster (groin) "likely" to return to the starting lineup in Week 13 against the Titans.
Foster resumed practicing Wednesday after two games off, and "looked pretty good," coach Bill O'Brien said. If Foster starts, he'll be a top-shelf RB1 against a Titans defense serving up season-best rushing days left and right.
Dexter McCluster (concussion) was limited in Wednesday's practice.
It puts him on track to play in Week 13. McCluster still hasn't been fully cleared, but has a chance to return without missing time.
Mike Tolbert (knee) is practicing in full for Week 13.
Tolbert was activated from short-term I.R. last week. He's been cleared to return coming out of the Panthers' bye. Tolbert isn't on the fantasy radar, but could steal some goal-line looks.
Brandon Marshall (ankle) is listed as probable for Week 13.
Marshall was limited in practice throughout the week. He'll be a borderline WR1 for Thursday's game against the Lions.
Jared Cook (back) was limited in Wednesday's practice.
Cook played through his back injury last week. The Rams are limiting him for rest purposes. Cook is on the streaming radar for Sunday's matchup with Oakland.
Kenny Britt (back) did not practice Wednesday.
Britt shouldn't be in danger of missing Sunday's game. He'll be a low-end WR3 for Week 13.
Andre Ellington (hip, toe) did not practice Wednesday.
Ellington is now listed with a toe injury in addition to his hip issue. Despite averaging just 3.3 YPC, he'll remain an RB1 for Sunday's matchup with Atlanta. The Cardinals also held out Larry Fitzgerald and John Brown on Wednesday.