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Johnson (ankle) did not practice Tuesday, John McClain of the Houston Chronicle reports.

Johnson's balky ankle required additional maintenance Tuesday, but coach Bill O'Brien predicted that the 33-year-old wideout will be able to give it a go Thursday against Indianapolis. Ideally, Johnson would get in at least a limited showing Wednesday to help ease concerns among his fantasy owners, but the veteran wideout played through the issue last week, hauling in five-of-eight targets for 58 yards in the loss to Dallas.

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Johnson did not participate in Monday's walk-through practice, CSN Houston reports. The Texans play Thursday night against the Colts.

Eleven Houston players were non-participants the day after playing in Dallas, so we're not putting much value in this. We'll re-visit Johnson's status at practices Tuesday and Wednesday.

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Johnson (ankle) had five receptions on eight targets for 58 yards Sunday against the Cowboys.

Johnson was listed as questionable heading into the game after not practicing Friday due to his ankle injury, though he didn't appear to be overly affected by it Sunday. He has yet to catch a touchdown pass this season, while fellow starting wideout DeAndre Hopkins continues to outproduce Johnson. He'll look to break through for his first touchdown in Week 6 against the Colts, who did not allow a passing touchdown in Week 5 to the Ravens.

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Johnson (ankle) will be active for Sunday's game against the Cowboys, the Texans' official site reports.

Though Johnson did not practice Friday, he'll give it a go Sunday and should see his share of targets, barring any setbacks. The veteran wideout, who has 22 catches for 262 yards in four games to date, is still looking for his first TD of the season.

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NFL Network's Ian Rapoport indicates that Johnson (ankle) is on track to suit up Sunday against the Cowboys.

The same applies to teammate Arian Foster (hamstring, probable), though it will still be worth verifying the status of both players in advance of Sunday's 1:00 ET kickoff. Johnson drew an official questionable designation for the contest after not practicing Friday.

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Texans coach Bill O'Brien said he is expecting Johnson (ankle) to play Sunday against the Cowboys, ESPN's Ed Werder reports.

Unless something unexpected develops in the next 18 hours or so, Johnson will likely suit up against Dallas, despite logging just one limited practice during the week. His chances look good, but owners will want to confirm his status prior to the 1:00 ET kickoff.

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Johnson (ankle) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Cowboys, the Texans' official site reports.

With Johnson listed as not practicing Friday and one of just two Texans listed as questionable (the team lists 11 players as probable) for the contest, the wideout's status is definitely worth tracking in advance of Sunday's 1:00 ET kickoff.

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Johnson (ankle) was limited at practice Thursday, the Houston Chronicle reports.

We'll revisit Johnson's status Friday, but a probable designation for Sunday's game against the Cowboys seems a likely outcome for the veteran wideout.

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Johnson (ankle) did not practice Wednesday, the Texans' official site reports.

Though Johnson left Week 4's game against the Bills for a spell with an ankle issue, he's downplaying the injury, cbslocal.com reports. "I'm fine," Johnson said Wednesday. "I went back out and played Sunday, so it's not something I'm really worried about." We'll revisit the wideout's status Thursday, though at this stage, his status for Sunday's game against the Cowboys does not appear to be in danger.

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Johnson said after Sunday's game that he is not worried about his ankle injury, the Texans' official website reports. "I just think I was more scared than anything because I felt a little pop. I didn't know what it was, so I went and got it checked and they let me come back in."

Johnson, who was listed as probable due to an ankle injury, left Sunday's game in the third quarter but later returned. He finished the afternoon with six receptions for 71 yards on seven targets, and also lost a fumble for the first time since 2008. If Johnson were to miss a game, Damaris Johnson and Keshawn Martin would likely get added playing time.