Robinson out and Hill, Murray, Clapp questionable for Saints vs. Bucs

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Latavius Murray

The Friday injury report for the New Orleans Saints revealed that only one player is definitely out for Sunday’s Divisional Round playoff game with Tampa Bay.

Cornerback Patrick Robinson will miss the game with a hamstring injury.

Three players were listed as questionable, including guard Will Clapp (non-injury related), quarterback Taysom Hill (knee) and running back Latavius Murray (quadricep).

In very good news for New Orleans, defensive end Trey Hendrickson was listed at full practice participation Friday, meaning he is set to return to action against the Buccaneers.

Tampa Bay listed two players who are out for the game, including guard Alex Cappa, who has been placed on injured reserve with an ankle injury, and defensive lineman Jeremiah Ledbetter (calf).

Wide receiver Chris Godwin (hip/quad) and outside linebacker Jason Pierre-Paul did not practice Friday with his knee injury. Defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh also missed practice Friday (non-injury related).

Listed as questionable are running back Ronald Jones (quad/finger), along with safeties Andres Adams (non-injury related) and Jordan Whitehead (knee).

Wide receiver Mike Evans was limited with his knee issue.

New Orleans Saints injury report
Position Name Injury Wed. Thurs. Fri. Status
CB Patrick Robinson Hamstring DNP DNP DNP Out
RB Latavius Murray Quadricep DNP DNP LP Questionable
QB Taysom Hill Knee DNP DNP LP Questionable
DE Trey Hendrickson Neck LP LP FP
TE Jared Cook Back LP LP FP
T Terron Armstead Elbow LP LP FP
G Will Clapp NIR DNP Questionable
Tampa Bay Buccaneers injury report
Position Name Injury Wed. Thurs. Fri. Status
G Alex Cappa Ankle DNP DNP IR Out
RB Ronald Jones Quad/Finger DNP LP LP Questionable
DL Jeremiah Ledbetter Calf DNP DNP DNP
OLB Jason Pierre-Paul Knee DNP DNP DNP
CB Carlton Davis Groin LP LP FP
WR Mike Evans Knee LP LP LP
WR Chris Godwin Hip/Quad LP LP DNP
RB LeSean McCoy Illness FP FP FP
S Andrew Adams NIR DNP DNP Questionable
S Jordan Whitehead Knee LP Questionable
G Ali Marpet Pectoral FP
DT Ndamukong Suh NIR DNP
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