Saints & 49ers final injury report: concussion troubles
Dave Cohen Reporting
The Saints say Kenny Vaccaro and Benjamin Watson will not play Sunday against the 49ers in the Superdome
Both players are recovering from concussions. For Vaccaro, it's his second concussion in three weeks.
All of the other Saints battling injuries are probable to play.
For the 49ers, Vernon Davis and Eric Reid are also recovering from concussions and are listed as questionable for the game in New Orleans.
Mario Manningham is also questionable.
San Francisco also has two players out for the game: Ray McDonald and Quinton Patton will not play.
Here is a look at the full injury report:
S Kenny Vaccaro (concussion) - OUT
TE Benjamin Watson (concussion) - OUT
LB Curtis Lofton (hamstring/ankle) - Probable
DT Akiem Hicks (back) - Probable
TE Jimmy Graham (elbow/foot) - Probable
S Roman Harper (knee) - Probable
DE Tyrunn Walker (knee) - Probable
S Malcolm Jenkins (hamstring) - Probable
DE Cameron Jordan (ankle) - Probable
DT Ray McDonald (ankle) - OUT
WR Quinton Patton (foot) - OUT
TE Garrett Celek (hamstring) - Doubtful
TE Veron Davis (concussion) - Questionable
WR Mario Manningham (knee) - Questionable
RB Bruce Miller (hamstring) - Questionable
S Eric Reid (concusion) - Questionable
LB Dan Skuta (foot) - Questionable
CB Tarell Brown (knee) - Probable
DT Qunton Dial (ankle) - Probable
RB Frank Gore (ankle) - Probable
G Mike Lupati (knee) - Probable
P Andy Lee (neck) - Probable
DT Justin Smith (shoulder) - Probable
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