Sproles and Evans among Saints who may not play Thursday
Dave Cohen Reporting
The New Orleans Saints have two players that did not practice Wednesday due to injury, and a total of nine players listed as questionable for Thursday night's game in Atlanta.
For the second day, Darren Sproles and Jahri Evens sat out. Sproles has injuries to a knee and an ankle. Evans is nursing an ankle injury.
Three players; Cameron Jordan, Curtis Lofton, and Jimmy Graham are listed as probable to play.
Below is a list of all the players who are questionable for the game:
G Ben Grubbs (neck) Limited Questionable
DE Tyrunn Walker (knee) Limited Questionable
G Jahri Evans (ankle) Did Not Practice Questionable
CB Chris Carr (hip/back/hamstring) Limited Questionable
CB Rod Sweeting (hip) Limited Questionable
S Kenny Vaccaro (concussion) Limited Questionable
TE Ben Watson (concussion) Limited Questionable
DT Akiem Hicks (back) Limited Questionable
RB Darren Sproles (knee/ankle) Did Not Practice Questionable
Here is the list of probables:
DE Cameron Jordan (ankle) Limited Probable
LB Curtis Lofton (hamstring/ankle) Limited Probable
TE Jimmy Graham (elbow/foot) Limited Probable
Guard Tim Lelito did not practice today, but the team says it was for a non-injury reason. He is listed as probable to play Thursday.
Here is the Falcons Injury Report:
Goodman, Malliciah DE Calf Out
Babineaux, Jonathan DT Tricep questionable
Davis, Dominique QB Knee questionable
Gonzalez, Tony TE Toe questionable
Motta, Zeke S Hand questionable
Jerry, Peria DT Shoulder probable
Rodgers, Jacquizz RB Ankle probable
Trueblood, Jeremy T Knee/Hip probable
Worrilow, Paul LB Shoulder probable
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