Texans running back Arian Foster (groin) and linebacker Brian Cushing (back, ankle) are active as expected for the game at Indianapolis after being listed as probable. Other Texans getting the green light include offensive tackle Tyson Clabo (foot), linebacker Akeem Dent (neck), cornerback Kareem Jackson (knee), cornerback Johnathan Joseph (knee, Achilles), safety Danieal Manning (hamstring) and linebacker Jeff Tarpinian (knee).
Texans final injury report of the week lists three as out for Sunday's game against the Colts including tight end Garrett Graham, linebacker Whitney Mercilus and guard Xavier Su'a-Filo .
The following players are listed as probable: Arian Foster, Jonathan Joseph, Tyson Clabo, Brian Cushing, Akemm Dent, Kareem Jackson, Danieal Manning and Jeff Tarpinian.
The Texans enter their Week 14 clash against the Jaguars relatively healthy, with 13 of 16 players on the final injury report deemed probable. Those players include: Tackle Tyson Clabo (foot), inside linebacker Brian Cushing (knee), tight end Anthony Denham (illness), inside linebacker Akeem Dent (neck), running back Arian Foster (groin), running back Jonathan Grimes (ankle), cornerback Kareem Jackson (knee), wide receiver Andre Johnson (rest), cornerback Johnathan Joseph (ankle), punter Shane Lechler (biceps), tackle Derek Newton (knee) and nose tackle Ryan Pickett (back).
Safety Danieal Manning (hamstring) was the only player on the report deemed questionable, while tight end Garrett Graham (ankle) and outside linebacke Jadeveon Clowney (knee) were ruled out. Clowney's disappointing rookie season has come to an end this week, as the team placed him on season-ending injured reserve and will undergo another surgery on his right knee.
The Texans re-signed safety Danieal Manning, reports NFL Network. He started six games for Houston last season, recording 24 tackles and a sack, before breaking his leg.
The Bengals made a slew of moves Saturday to pare their roster down to the required 53 for the regular season.
Among those moves was the placement of guard Trey Hopkins on the reserve/injured list with a leg issue. Rookie quarterback AJ McCarron was put on the reserve/non-football injury list with a shoulder problem.
The Bengals also cut the following offensive players: tackles Dan France and Will Svitek, wide receivers Colin Lockett and Cobi Hamilton, center Trevor Robinson and running backs James Wilder and Nikita Whitlock.
Defenders waived by the Bengals include safety Danieal Manning, cornerbacks Onterio McCalebb and Victor Hampton, tackles Devon Still and David King and ends Sam Montgomery and Dontay Moch.
Cornerback Chris Lewis-Harris will begin serving a two-game drug suspension handed dowsn by the league.
Strong safety Danieal Manning, who was considered a possible starter for the Bengals upon his signing in April, will not even make the team, according to USA Today.
Manning had been a full-time starter in the NFL until a broken leg all but wrecked his 2013 season.
Newly-signed Danieal Manning could start at safety for the Bengals opposite Reggie Nelson, reports the team's website. An eight-year vet who'll turn 32 in training camp, Manning also could handle some kickoff returns.
“I am not going to lie, one reason that played a part in me coming here was I had seen the role that they had continuing to knock on the playoff door," said Manning, who spent the last three seasons with the Texans.
"I had seen this was a team that I would potentially love to play with if I ever had the opportunity to come to free agency. My prayers were answered. I’m just ecstatic and elated to be a part of the organization.”
Safety Danieal Manning signed a one-year deal with the Bengals. Manning, who was cut by the Texans after three seasons, was limited to six games last year after fracturing his fibula.
The Bengals are finalizing a deal with safety Danieal Manning, who was just cut by the Texans, reports NFL Network.
Cut by the Texans on Monday, safety Danieal Manning will visit the Bengals on Tuesday, reports NFL.com. Manning missed 10 games last season with a fractured fibula but had 77 tackles and two interceptions in 2012.
The Texans released safety Danieal Manning after he refused a cut to his $4.5 million base salary, reports ESPN. An erroneous report last week asserted Manning reworked his deal to stay with the team.
Texans safety Danieal Manning reworked his contract and will be back with the team this year, reports ESPN.com.
A serious knee injury has knocked Texans starting strong safety Danieal Manning out for the year, the team has reported. He has been placed on season-ending IR. Manning incurred the injury in the second half of the game Sunday against St. Louis.
It was first reported to be a fractured fibula. Gary Kubiak refuted that report, but conceded that major damage had been done to Manning's knee and his placement on IR confirmed it. This marks the first major injury of his career. He had played in at least 13 games in every season since 2006.
Manning started every game this season and recorded 21 tackles, one sack and three passes defensed.
Texans coach Gary Kubiak refuted the report safety Danieal Manning suffered a fractured fibula Sunday against the Rams.
"That's not my understanding," Kubiak said.
Kubiak did add, however, Manning suffered a "significant knee injury."
Texans safety Danieal Manning told ESPN Monday afternoon he hasn't been told the results of the tests done on his leg. Manning said an MRI showed no tears, but he is awaiting the results of a CT scan.
It's being reported by the Houston Chronicle a source said Manning will miss 6-8 weeks and likely need surgery after suffering a hairline fracture in his fibula Sunday against the Rams.
Texans safety Danieal Manning is slated to miss 6-8 weeks because of a hairline fracture in his fibula, sources told the Houston Chronicle. Manning, who sustained the injury in the third quarter Sunday against the Rams, is likely to need surgery.
Texans defensive back Danieal Manning was forced to leave Sunday's game against the Rams in Week 6 in the second half, due to a knee injury. The extent of the injury is not yet known, or whether he will be able to return to the game.
Texans defensive back Danieal Manning had seven tackles -- six solo -- in Week 15 against the Colts. It was his second game in a row with seven tackles. He added no other statistics.