Lattimore, Hill, Washington return to practice for Saints ahead of Broncos trip

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Marshon Lattimore
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A pair of key starters for the Saints who missed last week’s game with the Falcons were back at practice today in the first injury report ahead of Sunday’s game at Denver at 3:05 p.m.

Marshon Lattimore and Josh Hill returned in full. Lattimore had been out with an abdomen injury while Hill missed the Atlanta game with a concussion.

Another player who was out last week, Dwayne Washington, also returned in full after being out with a back injury.

Andrus Peat did not practice after suffering a concussion in the Atlanta game while Deonte Harris was also out with a neck injury.

Michael Thomas and Alvin Kamara were limited but both were limited last week and played against the Falcons and are expected to play this week in Denver.

The Broncos had four players miss practice, including cornerback Bryce Callahan (foot), safety Trey Marshall (shin), tackle Demar Dotson (calf/hand), guard Graham Glasgow (calf). Five other Denver players were limited.

New Orleans Saints injury report
Position Name Injury
TE Josh Hill, Concussion, FP
RB Dwayne Washington, Back, FP
RB Alvin Kamara, Foot, LP
CB Marshon Lattimore, Abdomen, FP
WR Deonte Harris, Neck, DNP
G Andrus Peat, Concussion, DNP
WR Michael Thomas, Ankle, LP

Denver Broncos injury report
Position Name Injury
CB Bryce Callahan, Foot, DNP
T Demar Dotson, Calf/hand, DNP
G Graham Glasgow, Calf, DNP
S Trey Marshall, Shin, DNP
CB Duke Dawson, Chest, LP
WR Jerry Jeudy, Ankle/Achilles, LP
LB Joseph Jewell, Ankle, LP
LP Joseph Jones, Calf, LP
DT Sylvester Williams, Elbow LP
TE Noah Fant, Ribs, FP
QB Drew Lock, Ribs, FP
T Elijah Wilkinson, Knee, FP

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