Final Saints-Panthers injury report: Strief & Bunkley may not play
Dave Cohen Reporting
The New Orleans Saints say offensive tackle Zach Strief and four other players are questionable for Sunday night's game against the Carolina Panthers.
For the second day, Strief was limited in practice Friday. He suffered an ankle injury in the Monday night loss to the Seahawks.
Also limited was defensive tackle Brodrick Bunkley.
Vegas has the Saints as a 3.5 point favorite for the Sunday night game in the Superdome.
Here is the Saints' full injury report:
Limited in Friday's practice:
DT Brodrick Bunkley (ankle)
T Zach Strief (ankle)
Did not practice Friday:
S Rafael Bush (ankle)
LB Keyunta Dawson (calf)
DE Glenn Foster (knee)
The Panthers have ruled out one player, have one listed as doubtful and say nine more are probable.
Carolina Panthers' Friday Injury Report:
G Chris Scott (knee) Did not practice Friday
LB Jordan Senn (hamstring) did not practice
T Nate Chandler (knee) Full
DT Dwan Edwards (non-injury) Full
T Jordan Gross (non-injury) Full
TE Ben Hartsock (knee) Full
DE Charles Johnson (knee) Full
RB Jonathan Stewart (ankle) Full
FB Mike Tolbert (knee) Full
G Travelle Wharton (non-injury) Full
RB DeAneglo Williams (quad) Full
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