Peat, Washington, Hill, Harris, Turner listed as out Wednesday ahead of Bucs game

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Taysom Hill

The injury news for the New Orleans Saints coming off their 13-10 win at Seattle is daunting with the test facing them this weekend against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

New Orleans did not practice Wednesday so player availability is estimated. While Taysom Hill, Deonte Harris and Payton Turner and Dwayne Washington remain out after missing the game Monday, Andrus Peat is out as well. Several reports have Peat possibly being out for the season with a pectoral injury suffered in the loss to the Seahawks.

Tampa Bay had four players missing practice, including defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh (knee), linebacker Jason Pierre-Paul (shoulder/hand), along with wide receiver Antonio Brown and corner Dee Delaney, both of whom have ankle injuries.

Bucs head coach Bruce Arians has already said Brown will not play this week.

Four other Buccaneers were limited, including star linebacker Lavonte David (ankle), tight ends Rob Gronkowski (ribs) and O.J. Howard (ankle) and veteran corner Richard Sherman (hamstring).

The two teams meet Sunday afternoon at 3:25 p.m. in the Caesars Superdome.

New Orleans Saints injury report
Pos. Name, Injury Wednesday
G Andrus Peat, Pectoral DNP
RB Dwayne Washington, Neck DNP
QB Taysom Hill, Concussion DNP
WR Deonte Harris, Hamstring DNP
DE Payton Turner, Calf DNP
CB Marshon Lattimore, Hand FP

Tampa Bay Buccaneers injury report
Pos. Name, Injury Wednesday
DT Ndamukong Suh, Knee DNP
LB Jason Pierre-Paul, Shoulder/Hand DNP
CB Dee Delaney, Ankle DNP
WR Antonio Brown, Ankle DNP
LB Lavonte David, Ankle LP
TE Rob Gronkowski, Ribs LP
CB Richard Sherman, Hamstring LP
TE O.J. Howard, Ankle LP
CB Jamel Dean, Shoulder/Thumb FP
RB Giovani Bernard, Chest FP
LB Anthony Nelson, Elbow FP

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