Saints CB Lattimore downgraded to questionable for Packers game

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Marshon Lattimore

Some potentially bad news was shared by the Saints on the eve of their season opener against the Packers.

Marshon Lattimore was downgraded to questionable to play Sunday due to a knee injury.

New Orleans’ top cornerback first appeared on the injury report Thursday as limited but was a full participant during Friday’s practice with no designation for gameday, meaning he as fully expected to play.

If Lattimore cannot play, rookie Paulson Adebo, Desmond Trufant and P.J. Williams are the likely options to man the outside cornerback spots.

The Saints announced several other roster moves including the expected elevation of kicker Aldrick Rosas to the active roster:

The New Orleans Saints announced the following moves on Saturday, Sept. 11:

SIGNED TO PRACTICE SQUAD:

No. 38 safety Jeff Heath

TERMINATED FROM PRACTICE SQUAD:

No. 65 offensive lineman Caleb Benenoch

STANDARD ELEVATION FROM PRACTICE SQUAD:

No. 38 safety Jeff Heath

No. 6 kicker Aldrick Rosas

SIGNED TO ACTIVE ROSTER FROM PRACTICE SQUAD:

No. 95 defensive tackle Albert Huggins

No. 36 defensive back Jordan Miller·

CONTRACT TERMINATED:

No. 52 defensive tackle Montravius Adams Sr.

INJURY REPORT UPDATE:

Cornerback Marshon Lattimore’s status for Sunday’s game against the Green Bay Packers is QUESTIONABLE (knee).

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