Michael Thomas dealing with illness, Terron Armstead limited with knee injury – (NOLA.COM) Saints News

NOLA.COM – Michael Thomas dealing with illness, Terron Armstead limited
with knee injury – (NOLA.COM)

The New Orleans Saints’ first injury report this week lists five starters with different ailments.

Wide receivers Michael Thomas (illness) and Ted Ginn Jr. (knee) and defensive tackle Tyeler Davison (foot) did not practice. Left tackle Terron Armstead (knee) and left guard Andrus Peat (ankle) were limited.

Because it’s Wednesday, it’s hard to project how these injuries will impact the players for Sunday’s game against the Cleveland Browns. Their participation on Thursday and Friday should provide a better indication of their availability.

Davison had a boot on in the locker room Wednesday, but said he expects this to be a short-term injury. The Saints rushed him to a local hospital for an MRI after Sunday’s loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Peat’s injury is a bit surprising because he missed Week 1 with a quad injury and is now listed with an ankle injury.

For the Browns, defensive end Emmanuel Ogbah (ankle) did not practice. Cornerback E.J. Gaines (knee) and linebacker Christian Kirksey (shoulder/ankle) were limited. Wide receiver Jarvis Landry (thigh), offensive tackle Desmond Harrison (shoulder) and linebacker James Burgess (concussion) were listed as full participants. 

Read the NOLA.COM article: www.nola.com/saints/index.ssf/2018/09/michael_thomas_dealing_with_il.html


Saints Training Camp Hat 2018

Leave a Reply

Notify of
You May Also Like

Sun Belt Conference Announces 2018-19 and 2019-20 Championship Sites​ – (Crescent City Sports)

  The Sun Belt Conference Presidents and Chancellors approved four host sites…

What did you think of Lil Wayne’s halftime show during the Saints game? – (NOLA.COM)

Lil Wayne is having a moment. Fresh off the release of his long-delayed…

How an undersized overachiever became New Orleans’MVP – (NOLA.COM)

The Times-Picayune is marking the tricentennial of New Orleans with its ongoing…

Jim Taylor, NFL Hall of Famer, LSU All-American and originalNew Orleans Saint, dies at 83 – (NOLA.COM)

NFL Hall of Fame running back Jim Taylor, who was an All-American…