Trio of Saints out of practice Wednesday ahead of Bucs playoff tilt

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Three key members of the New Orleans Saints were out at practice Wednesday while another returned to action.

Among those missing practice Wednesday for the Saints were Taysom Hill, who suffered a knee injury in the win over Chicago, along with cornerback Patrick Robinson and running back Latavius Murray. Robinson injured his hamstring while Murray suffered a quadricep injury in the Bears game.

Terron Armstead, Jared Cook and Trey Hendrickson were limited. Hendrickson missed last week’s game with a neck injury.

In more positive injury news for the NFC South champions, wide receiver Tre’Quan Smith has been designated for return after missing New Orleans’ last three games.

The Buccaneers had four players miss practice, including Jason Pierre-Paul (knee), along with defensive lineman Jeremiah Ledbetter (calf), starting running Ronald Jones (quad/finger) and guard Alex Cappa (ankle). Starting wide receivers Mike Evans and Chris Godwin were limited while starting corner Carlton Davis was limited as well.

New Orleans Saints injury report
Position Name Injury Wednesday
CB Patrick Robinson Hamstring DNP
RB Latavius Murray Quadricep DNP
QB Taysom Hill Knee DNP
DE Trey Hendrickson Neck LP
TE Jared Cook Back LP
T Terron Armstead Elbow LP
Tampa Bay Buccaneers injury report
Position Name Injury Wednesday
G Alex Cappa Ankle DNP
RB Ronald Jones Quad/Finger DNP
DL Jeremiah Ledbetter Calf DNP
OLB Jason Pierre-Paul Knee DNP
CB Carlton Davis Groin LP
WR Mike Evans Knee LP
WR Chris Godwin Hip/Quad LP
RB LeSean McCoy Illness FP
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