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Posted: Wednesday, 04 December 2013 3:50PM

Saints - Panthers injury report: Strief not ready to go



The Saints took an extra day off today and did not practice.  The team did, however, issue an injury report showing which players likely would have sat out if they had taken the field.

The headline from the report is that offensive tackle Zach Strief would not have been able to practice after hurting his ankle in the loss to Seattle on Monday.

Sunday night, the Saints battle the Panthers in the Superdome.

Carolina had six players miss practice today due to various reasons, and four more who were limited in practice.

Here is the report on both teams...

New Orleans Saints:

Would not have practiced:

DT Brodrick Bunkley (ankle)
S Rafael Bush  (ankle)   
LB Keyunta Dawson (calf)
DE Glenn Foster (knee)
T Zach Strief (ankle)

Would have practiced:

CB Keenan Lewis  (hamstring/abdomen)
T Bryce Harris (thigh)


The Carolina Panthers' report:

Did not practice:

DT Dwan Edwards (Not Injury Related)
T Jordan Gross (Not Injury Related)
G Chris Scott (knee)
LB Jordan Senn (hamstring)
RB Jonathan Stewart (ankle)
G Travelle Wharton (Not Injury Related)

Limited:
TE Ben Hartsock (knee)
DE Charles Johnson (knee)
RB Mike Tolbert (knee)
RB DeAngelo Williams (quad)

Full:
G Nate Chandler (knee)

 

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