Hurts doubtful, Lattimore questionable for Saints at Eagles tilt

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Marshon Lattimore
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While three players have been declared out for Sunday when the New Orleans Saints face Philadelphia, the big story is on the other side. Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts is doubtful with his right shoulder injury that caused him to miss their game last week.

Marcus Maye, Andrus Peat and Dwayne Washington have been declared out for New Orleans with injuries while five others are questionable, including Marshon Lattimore, Justin Evans, Chris Olave, Pete Werner and Chase Hansen.

Lattimore has not played since October 9, due to a lingering abdomen injury.

Alvin Kamara was back at practice, a full participant Friday, and is good to go on Sunday.

Hurts was listed as doubtful, meaning that Gardner Minshew will likely get his second consecutive start.

Tackle Lane Johnson and cornerback Avonte Maddox have been declared out for the Eagles.


Position Name Injury Wednesday Thursday Friday Game status
LB Kaden Elliss Hand FP FP FP
S Justin Evans Shoulder LP LP LP Questionable
RB Alvin Kamara Quadricep/NIR-Personal DNP DNP FP
CB Marshon Lattimore Abdomen LP LP LP Questionable
S Marcus Maye Shoulder DNP DNP DNP Out
WR Chris Olave Hamstring LP LP LP Questionable
G Andrus Peat Ankle DNP DNP DNP Out
T Ryan Ramczyk Illness DNP LP FP
RB Dwayne Washington Illness DNP DNP DNP Out
LB Pete Werner Hamstring LP LP LP Questionable
LB Chase Hansen Knee FP Questionable



Position Name Injury Wednesday Thursday Friday Game status
QB Jalen Hurts Right Shoulder DNP LP LP Doubtful
T Lane Johnson Groin DNP DNP DNP Out
CB Avonte Maddox Toe DNP DNP DNP Out
RB Miles Sanders Knee DNP LP FP
WR A.J. Brown Knee/Rest LP LP FP
DT Jordan Davis Concussion LP FP FP
DT Linval Joseph Illness DNP FP
DT Fletcher Cox Rest LP
G Landon Dickerson Rest LP
DE Brandon Graham Rest LP
C Jason Kelce Rest LP
G Isaac Seumalo Rest LP
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