Five players out, four other Saints questionable for game at Pittsburgh

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The banged-up New Orleans Saints will have to count on a number of reserve players at Pittsburgh Sunday against the Steelers.

Five players are out, including four starters in Marshon Lattimore, Erik McCoy, Andrus Peat and Pete Warner, along with reserve running back Mark Ingram.

Four others are questionable, including PJ Williams and Marcus Maye, leaving a depleted secondary exposed if one or either cannot play. Defensive ends Tanoh Kpassagnon and Marcus Davenport are also questionable, leaving that position in question as well.


Position Name Injury Wednesday Thursday Friday Game Status
DE Marcus Davenport Calf LP LP LP Questionable
RB Mark Ingram Knee DNP DNP DNP Out
WR Jarvis Landry Ankle LP LP LP
CB Marshon Lattimore Abdomen DNP DNP DNP Out
C Erik McCoy Calf DNP DNP DNP Out
G Andrus Peat Tricep DNP DNP DNP Out
T Ryan Ramczyk Rest/Knee LP LP FP
LB Pete Werner Ankle DNP DNP DNP Out
S Marcus Maye Abdomen DNP DNP Questionable
DE Cameron Jordan Rest LP FP
DE Tanoh Kpassagnon Illness DNP Questionable
S P.J. Williams Illness DNP Questionable

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Position Name Injury Wednesday Thursday Friday Game Status
CB William Jackson Back DNP DNP DNP Out
CB Ahkello Witherspoon Hamstring DNP DNP DNP Out
CB Levi Wallace Shoulder FP FP FP
LS Christian Kuntz Ribs FP FP FP
LB Myles Jack Knee DNP DNP FP
DT Larry Ogunjobi Knee DNP LP FP
LB Malik Reed Personal DNP LP Questionable
DT Cameron Hayward Rest DNP FP
S Damantae Kazee Forearm FP
G Kevin Dotson Abdomen LP Questionable

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