2 Saints return to practice, 3 still out ahead of game with Cowboys
Dave Cohen Reporting
Three New Orleans Saints sat out of practice on Thursday with injuries.
Safety Malcolm Jenkins, defensive end Cameron Jordan and linebacker David Hawthorne did not participate in practice.
Tight end Jimmy Graham and guard Jahri Evans returned to the practice field in a limited fashion after not being able to go on Wednesday.
The Cowboys had six players (listed below) that missed practice with injuries Thursday.
Here is the full injury report for both teams:
LB David Hawthorne (toe) Did Not Practice
DE Cameron Jordan (ankle) Did Not Practice
S Malcolm Jenkins (knee) Did Not Practice
G Jahri Evans (hip) LIMITED
TE Jimmy Graham (elbow/Foot) LIMITED
S Roman Harper (knee) Full
DE Tyrunn Walker (knee) Full
DE Tom Johnson (hip) Full
LB Curtis Lofton (hamstring) Full
TE Josh Hill (foot) Full
RB Darren Sproles (concussion) Full
S Kenny Vaccaro (chest) FULL
WR Marques Colston (knee) Limited
Dallas Cowboys' Thursday injury report:
WR Dez Bryant (back) Limited
DT Jason Hatcher (neck) Did not practice
CB Morris Claiborne (hamstring) Did not practice
WR Miles Austin (hamstring) Did not practice
S J.J. Wilcox (knee) Did not practice
LB DeVonte Holloman (neck) Did not practice
DE DeMarcus Ware (thigh) Limited
DE George Selvie (shoulder) Limited
DT Nick Hayden (ribs) Did not practice
S Barry Church (hamstring) Full
WR Dwayne Harris (hip) Full
RB DeMarco Murray (knee) Full
S Danny McCray (hip/toe) Full
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