The Saints are not sure if nine players will be able to take the field Sunday when they face the Jets in New York/New Jersey.
Their final injury report before the game lists nine players as questionable, and two players are listed as probable.
Among the nine listed as questionable, Marques Colston and Malcolm Jenkins did not practice at all this week.
Jimmy Graham, Cam Jordan, Roman Harper, Tom Johnson, Kenny Vaccaro, Tyrunn Walker and Jahri Evans saw limited practice.
For the Jets, WR Santonio Holmes Hamstring will not play.
Here is the rest of the injury report for both teams:
New Orleans Saints Injury Report for Friday, November 1, 2013
LB David Hawthorne (ankle) full PROBABLE
DT Akiem Hicks (knee) full PROBABLE
DE Cam Jordan (ankle) Limited QUESTIONABLE
S Roman Harper (knee) Limited QUESTIONABLE
TE Jimmy Graham (foot) Limited QUESTIONABLE
DE Tom Johnson (hip) Limited QUESTIONABLE
S Kenny Vaccaro (concussion/back) Limited QUESTIONABLE
WR Marques Colston (knee) DID NOT PRACTICE QUESTIONABLE
DE Tyrunn Walker (knee) Limited QUESTIONABLE
G Jahri Evans (hip) LIMITED QUESTIONABLE
S Malcolm Jenkins (knee) Did Not Practice QUESTIONABLE
The Jets' injury report:
G Willie Colon Calf Limited Questionable
TE Jeff Cumberland Concussion Limited Questionable
RB Alex Green Hamstring Did not practice Questionable
WR Santonio Holmes Hamstring Did Not Practice Out
WR Stephen Hill Foot Limited Probable
C Nick Mangold Ribs Limited Questionable
WR David Nelson Quadricep Limited Probable
CB Antonio Cromartie Hip Full Probable
DL Kenrick Ellis Back Full Probable
LB Garrett McIntyre Knee Full Probable
DB Antonio Allen Finger Full Probable
WR Jeremy Kerley Illness Full Probable
TE Konrad Reuland Knee Full Probable
WR Greg Salas Knee Full Probable
DB Darrin Walls Shoulder Full Probable
OL Brian Winters Ankle Full Probable
WR Josh Cribbs Knee Full Probable
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