Only two Saints players didn't practice on the final day of getting ready for the Dallas Cowboys. Curtis Lofton and David Hawthorne sat out Friday with injuries.
Malcolm Jenkins and Cameron Jordan both returned to practice for the first time after missing workouts Wednesday and Thursday. They saw limited action Friday.
They are among ten players the Saints say they are not sure if they will suit up Sunday night in the Superdome.
Here is the list injured players, him much they took part in Friday's practice and their game status:
S Roman Harper (knee) Full QUESTIONABLE
DE Tyrunn Walker (knee) Full QUESTIONABLE
DE Tom Johnson (hip) Full QUESTIONABLE
WR Marques Colston (knee) Limited QUESTIONABLE
DE Cam Jordan (ankle) Limited QUESTIONABLE
G Jahri Evans (hip) Limited QUESTIONABLE
TE Jimmy Graham (elbow/foot) Limited QUESTIONABLE
LB David Hawthorne (toe) Did Not Practice QUESTIONABLE
LB Curtis Lofton (ankle) Did Not Practice QUESTIONABLE
S Malcolm Jenkins (knee) Limited QUESTIONABLE
TE Josh Hill (foot) Full PROBABLE
RB Darren Sproles (concussion) Full PROBABLE
S Kenny Vaccaro (chest) Full PROBABLE
The Saints are a 6.5 to 7 point favorite at the different casinos.
The Cowboys have a longer injury report too.
Three Dallas players definitely will not play Sunday:
Claiborne, Morris CB Hamstring Out
Holloman, DeVonte LB Neck Out
Wilcox, J.J. S Knee Out
One of their best receivers is not expected to play:
Austin, Miles WR Hamstring doubtful
Here's the rest of their injured players:
Hatcher, Jason DT Neck questionable
Hayden, Nick DT Ribs probable
Bryant, Dez WR Back probable
Church, Barry S Hamstring probable
Harris, Dwayne WR Hip probable
McCray, Danny S Hip/Toe probable
Murray, DeMarco RB Knee probable
Selvie, George DE Shoulder probable
Ware, DeMarcus DE Thigh probable
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