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Posted: Saturday, 30 November 2013 4:20PM

Saints-Seahawks final injury report



The Saints expect to be at nearly full strength, and may have all of their players ready when they take on the Seahawks Monday night.

Seattle has one cornerback out for the game due to injury, another suspended and a key wide receiver is doubtful.

Cornerback Walter Thurmond was officially suspended Tuesday for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy, Seahawk cornerback Brandon Browner is out with a groin injury and Seattle lists Percy Harvin as doubtful with a hip injury.

Seattle also says that "beast" running back Marshawn Lynch has a knee injury, but is probable for Monday night.

The Saints say Darren Sproles, Jahri Evans and Chris Carr are all probable.

Only two New Orleans players are questionable on the injury report below:

Saints

Questionable:

DE Glenn Foster (Knee) Did Not Practice on Saturday

LB Keyunta Dawson (Calf) Did Not Practice on Saturday

Probable:

RB Darren Sproles (Ankle) Full on Saturday

G Jahri Evans  (Ankle) Full on Saturday

CB Chris Carr (Hip/ Hamstring) Full on Saturday

Seahawks

Out:

CB Brandon Browner (Groin) Did Not Practice on Saturday

Doubtful:

WR Percy Harvin (Hip) Did Not Practice on Saturday

Probable:

RB Marshawn Lynch (Knee) Full on Saturday

WR Jermaine Kearse (Concussion) Full on Saturday

 

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