Texans To Work Out Brandon Marshall, Injury Notes On Metcalf, Glenn, Jimmy Graham


– Seahawks wide receiver D.K. Metcalf practiced Monday after having his knee scoped two weeks ago, per Joe Fann. He’s expected to play in the Week 1 opener against the Bengals and head coach Pete Carroll said he’s had a “fantastic recovery” from the procedure.

– Free agent linebacker Brandon Marshall is scheduled to work out for the Houston Texans on Tuesday, reports the Houston Chronicle. He signed a one-year contract with the Raiders earlier this offseason but was cut over the weekend. He says he’s healthy.

– Bengals left tackle Cordy Glenn remains in the concussion protocol, per the Cincinnati Enquirer. He hasn’t practiced since suffering a concussion in Cincinnati’s second preseason game. There is a real chance he doesn’t play Week 1 against the Seahawks.

– Packers tight end Jimmy Graham was limited in practice on Monday due to a nagging finger injury, according to Adam Caplan. He’s still expected to play Thursday night against the Bears.