Brooks (Achilles) is not listed on the Eagles' injury report ahead of their Week 1 game against the Redskins, Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Brooks' availability is pretty remarkable considering he ruptured his Achilles in January. Still, Halapoulivaati Vaitai worked with the first team at practice during the week, so the Eagles may be easing the expected starter back into the swing of things. Regardless, it is an impressive recovery for the 30-year-old.
Brooks (Achilles) suited up for practice Thursday, Zach Berman of The Athletic reports.
Brooks was held out of OTAs as he recovered from offseason Achilles surgery. The 30-year-old seemingly didn't participate in any team drills Thursday, so Halapoulivaati Vaitai got the call at right guard for the day. It appears that Brooks and the Eagles' training staff are still targeting a Week 1 return.
Brooks (Achilles) is not practicing at OTAs as he recovers from offseason surgery, Les Bowen of the Philadelphia Daily News reports.
Brooks is recovering from a ruptured Achilles and has been out of a walking boot the past few months. He's been aiming at a return in time for the 2019 regular season, and his absence from OTAs is not surprising.
Brooks (Achilles) is no longer wearing a protective walking boot on his right foot, James Palmer of NFL Network reports.
Brooks ruptured his Achilles during the Eagles' postseason loss to the Saints in January, so getting out of the boot was his first real step forward in the rehab process. The 29-year-old still has a long way to go in his recovery and his availability for the start of the regular season remains in jeopardy.
Brooks was confirmed to have ruptured his Achilles, Les Bowen of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Brooks has been witnessed with a significant cast on his right leg. According to Dave Spadaro of the Eagles Insider, Brooks is looking at a 6-to-8-month recovery timeline, which means the offensive guard won't be getting back into his football routine until July, at the earliest. However, it wouldn't be a surprise whatsoever if Brooks remains sidelined when the 2019 regular season commences.
Brooks is believed to have suffered a torn right Achilles' tendon in Sunday's divisional-round loss to the Saints, Zach Berman of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
This is a rough way to go out for the Pro Bowler, who was carted off the field during the first quarter of Sunday's game. Given the timing of the injury and its severity, Brooks is far from certain to return to full health in time for the 2019 season opener.
Brooks sustained a leg injury during Sunday's divisional-round game at New Orleans, Tim McManus of ESPN.com reports.
Brooks was carted off the field in the first quarter with what appears to be a serious lower leg injury. According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, the 29-year-old is expected to be sidelined indefinitely.
Brooks restructured his contract with the Eagles on Monday, Zack Rosenblatt of NJ.com reports.
Brooks has quickly established himself as one of the top interior linemen across the league for his on-field performance. However, it now appears he's helping the Eagles outside of the trenches as well. By restructuring his current deal, Brooks has allowed the Eagles to convert some of $8.75 million base salary into bonuses, which subsequently will free up some cap space for Philadelphia.
Brooks (ankle) was left off of Wednesday's injury report and is expected to return Sunday against the Redskins.
Brooks wasn't expected to miss any games, but his official return to full participation means he'll be positioned at starting right guard Sunday.
Brooks (ankle) rejoined the Eagles for practice Monday, Tim McManus of ESPN.com reports.
The Eagles had labeled Brooks as week-to-week with the ankle injury over the weekend, but his involvement in practice Monday portends well for his availability by the time the regular season arrives. However, Brooks will likely still be limited in drills for the time being and could miss additional preseason action after sitting out last week's exhibition opener.
Brooks (ankle) is considered "week-to-week," Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Brooks is dealing with an ankle strain but is expected to be back in time for the regular season.
Brooks (ankle) missed Tuesday's practice, Zach Berman of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
This injury was sustained during Monday's practice. It is unclear whether Brooks will be able to play Thursday against the Packers, but while Brooks sits out, Chance Warmack will be filling in on the first team.
Texans guard Brandon Brooks (ankle, probable) played in Houston's Week 4 loss to Atlanta. The Texans' banged up offensive line got a lift with both Brooks and Duane Brown (thumb) getting back on the field.
Texans guard Brandon Brooks (ankle) was a limited participant at practice Wednesday, the Texans' official site reports.
Brooks suffered an ankle injury during Sunday's win over the Buccaneers, but it was not considered serious. With both Brooks and Duane Brown (thumb) at practice, it looks like the Texans will could have a most of their starting offensive line available this week against the Falcons.
Texans coach Bill O'Brien is optimistic offensive lineman Brandon Brooks (ankle) will be able to play Week 4 against Atlanta, the Texans' official site reports.
Brooks had his ankle rolled up on during Houston's win over Tampa Bay in Week 3 and was unable to return.
Texans offensive guard Brandon Brooks left Sunday's game against Tampa Bay with an ankle injury and did not return, the Texans' official site reports.
Brooks becomes the third starter on the offensive line dealing with an injury - Duane Brown (thumb) was inactive Sunday and Jeff Adams (knee) is out for the season.
Texans guard Brandon Brooks has started 30 games over the last two seasons, but coach Bill O'Brien thinks he may take a step forward from just being a starter.
Brooks has lost weight over the offseason, O'Brien said, per the Houston Chronicle. He's been in top shape for the OTAs.
"I have very high expectations," O'Brien said. "I think he can be one the best guards in this league."
The Texans have listed tight end Garrett Graham (ankle), inside linebacker Mike Mohamed (concussion), wide receiver DeVier Posey (calf) and quarterback Tom Savage (knee) as questionable for Sunday's game against Jacksonville.
Meanwhile, guard Brandon Brooks (knee, ankle), tackle Tyson Clabo (shoulder), inside linebacker Brian Cushing (ankle), tight end C.J. Fiedorowicz (shoulder), running back Arian Foster (rest), wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins (wrist), cornerback Kareem Jackson (back), wide receiver Andre Johnson (rest), cornerback Johnathan Joseph (ankle), outside linebacker Whitney Mercilus (back, finger), nose tackle Ryan Pickett (groin), guard Xavier Su'a-Filo (back) and inside linebacker Jeff Tarpinian (knee) were all labeled as probable.
Texans offensive lineman Brandon Brooks had his leg bent in an awkward direction and is considered day to day with a knee injury, coach Bill O' Brien said Monday.
Brooks left Week 16's game after sustaining the leg injury and was unable to return.
If he is unable to go, guard David Newton would likely replace Brooks as he did in Week 16.
The Texans are 10-point favorites against the Jaguars in Week 17.
Texans guard Brandon Brooks suffered a left ankle injury and had to leave Sunday’s game against the Ravens.
The team reported his return is questionable. Offensive lineman Derek Newton replaced Brooks at right guard.
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