Houston Texans tackle Duane Brown (thumb) has been designated as questionable for the Week 4 clash against Atlanta.
Brown has been described as a game-time decision by coach Bill O'Brien, but after practicing on a limited basis Friday, the offensive tackle appears to have a solid chance to re-enter the team's offensive line mix.
Houston Texans offensive tackle Duane Brown (thumb) practiced Wednesday, the Texans' official site reports.
Brown Bears suffered the injury during the preseason and played in Week 1, but considering his appearance at Wednesday's practice was his first in two weeks, he might have originally returned too soon.
In any event, if he continues to get practice reps this week, he'll likely play Sunday at Atlanta, providing a boost to the Texans' offensive line.
Houston Texans offensive tackle Duane Brown (thumb) will return to practice Wednesday, the Houston Chronicle reports.
Brown has missed the last two weeks because of the injury, but he has made significant progress and is hopeful to play Week 4 against Atlanta.
Brown was expected to miss the game, but it's still a blow to both the pass protection and the run blocking for the Texans.
Brown was inactive last week and hasn't practiced in two weeks, but the Texans are hopeful he'll be able to play Week 4 against the Falcons.
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