Olave, Landry, Werner, Washington out for Saints against Browns

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Chris Olave
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The New Orleans Saints departed for Cleveland today, a day early, due to impending bad weatherup north ahead of Saturday’s game against the Browns.

The Saints will be without four key players, including a pair of starting wide receivers in Chris Olave and Jarvis Landry, along with starting linebacker Pete Werner and running back Dwayne Washington, all of whom are declared out with injuries.

Five others are listed as questionable, including Marshon Lattimore, Marcus Maye, Adam Trautman, P.J. Williams and Andrus Peat.

For the Browns, only defensive end Jadeveon Clowney has been declared out.


Position Name Injury Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Game Status
CB Marshon Lattimore Abdomen LP LP LP Questionable
S Marcus Maye Shoulder LP LP LP Questionable
WR Chris Olave Hamstring DNP DNP DNP Out
T Ryan Ramczyk Rest LP LP FP
WR Jarvis Landry Ankle DNP DNP Out
TE Adam Trautman Ankle LP LP LP Questionable
RB Dwayne Washington Illness DNP DNP DNP Out
LB Pete Werner Hamstring DNP DNP DNP Out
S P.J. Williams Knee LP LP LP Questionable
G Andrus Peat Illness DNP Questionable


Position Name Injury Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Game Status
DE Myles Garrett Illness DNP DNP LP
DE Jadeveon Clowney Concussion DNP DNP DNP Out
RB Nick Chubb Foot DNP DNP LP
S John Johnson III Thigh DNP DNP LP Questionable
WR David Bell Toe LP LP FP
G Joel Bitonio Rest DNP FP FP
WR Amari Cooper Rest/Hip DNP DNP LP
CB AJ Green Toe FP FP FP
LB Jordan Kunaszyk Hamstring LP LP FP
TE David Njoku Knee LP LP FP
WR Donovan Peoples-Jones Rest DNP FP FP
CB Denzel Ward Shoulder LP LP FP
T Jack Conklin Rest DNP FP
G Wyatt Teller Ankle LP LP


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