Two Saints miss Thursday practice: Jenkins and Evans
Dave Cohen Reporting
The number of Saints missing practice has shrunk from five Wednesday to just two today.
Malcolm Jenkins and Jahri Evans were still not taking part in the Thursday workouts.
Kenny Vaccaro was limited in practice today after sitting out Wednesday. Marques Colston and Tyrunn Walker also returned to action on a limited basis.
Here is the full injury report the Saints released for the Thursday practice:
S Malcolm Jenkins (knee) Did Not Practice
G Jahri Evans (hip) Did Not Practice
DE Cam Jordan (ankle) LIMITED
S Roman Harper (knee) Limited
TE Jimmy Graham (foot) Limited
DE Tom Johnson (hip) LIMITED
S Kenny Vaccaro (concussion/Back) LIMITED
WR Marques Colston (knee) LIMITED
DE Tyrunn Walker (knee) LIMITED
CB Keenan Lewis (foot/knee) Full
LB David Hawthorne (ankle) FULL
WR Kenny Stills (knee) FULL
CB Rod Sweeting (hip) FULL
DT Akiem Hicks (knee) Full
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