Saints vs Panthers Thursday Injury Report

After a disappointing Week 2 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the New Orleans Saints will look to put the ship back on track this Sunday in Charlotte against the Carolina Panthers.

With a 1-point win in Week 1 against the Falcons, the Saints will play their third straight NFC South game this week.

Who can’t compete this Sunday due to injury?

Tre’Quan Smith

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New Orleans listed 9 players in yesterday’s injury report, with all 9 listed as LP (limited participants), with the Panthers listing 2.

Today’s training report had newcomers for both teams. Cornerback Alontae Taylor (knee) was limited for the Saints, while linebacker Frankie Luvu (shoulder) and cornerback Stantley Thomas-Oliver (Achilles) were limited for the Panthers.

Here’s a rundown of Thursday’s injury/training report for the Saints and Panthers.

FP – full participant LP – restricted participant DNP – not participated/not trained


position Surname injury Wednesday Thursday
cb Paulson Adebo ankle LP LP
RB Alvin Kamara rib LP LP
T Ryan Ramczyk elbow LP LP
WR Tre’Quan Smith shoulder LP LP
TE Taysom Hill rib LP LP
S Markus Maye rib LP LP
QB James Winston back/ankle LP LP
FB Adam Prentice shoulder LP LP
WR Deonte Harty Foot LP LP
cb Alontae Taylor Knee LP

Carolina (0:2) hosts New Orleans (1:1) this Sunday at 12:00 p.m.

Hear the Saints radio call on ESPN Lafayette (103.3 FM, 1420 AM).

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