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New Orleans Saints Injury Report - Saturday, December 3, 2022

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Saints without four players, six others questionable for Bucs

  • News source: Ken Trahan
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The New Orleans Saints will be without four players when they play Monday night at Tampa Bay.

Declared out Saturday in the final injury report were J.T. Gray, Juwan Johnson, Payton Turner and P.J. Williams.

Just as much of a concern is the fact that six players are listed as questionable.

Those include key players in Marshon Lattimore and Pete Werner, who have been out for weeks. Also questionable are Malcolm Roach, Bradley Roby, Kentavius Street and Kevin White.

Star tackle Tristan Wirfs is out for Tampa Bay with an ankle injury while three secondary members, including safeties Mike...
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Breaking down the final Saints injury report vs. Buccaneers

  • News source: John Sigler
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It’s a lengthy injury report for both the New Orleans Saints and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this week: between the two teams, a staggering 12 players are questionable to play, 5 have been ruled out preemptively, and 2 others are doubtful to participate. They listed a combined 29 players on the injury report. So let’s break it down in detail.

You can find it in brief here, but we’ll be taking a deeper look at everything:
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Saints rule out 4 players against Tampa, including one of their top receiving options

  • News source: BY LUKE JOHNSON | Staff writer
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The New Orleans Saints will be without four players for their Monday night clasha against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, including one of their most dynamic pass catchers.

The Saints ruled out tight end Juwan Johnson (ankle), defensive back P.J. Williams (knee), safety J.T. Gray (hamstring) and defensive end Payton Turner (ankle).

It's not clear when Johnson suffered his ankle injury. He played 47 % of the offensive snaps last week against San Francisco, which was a season low, but he was on the field for the Saints' final offensive possession.

Johnson has developed into one of New Orleans...
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Saints Injury Roundup: 4 Players Ruled Out vs. Bucs

  • News source: John Hendrix
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The Saints held their final practice of the week ahead of their game against the Bucs on Monday Night Football. New Orleans is essentially on their last strike for the season, as they can still get back into things in the NFC South with a win.

OUT: J.T. Gray (hamstring), Juwan Johnson (ankle), Payton Turner (ankle), P.J. Williams (knee)

QUESTIONABLE: Kentavius Street (illness), Marshon Lattimore (abdomen), Malcolm Roach (illness), Bradley Roby (concussion), Pete Werner (ankle), Kevin White (illness)

Jarvis Landry (ankle), Rashid Shaheed (back), Josh Andrews (ankle), Mark Ingram (foot)...
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Eagles activate Jordan Davis, put C.J. Gardner-Johnson on IR

  • News source: Josh Alper
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The Eagles will have defensive tackle Jordan Davis back for Sunday’s game, but they’ll be without safety C.J. Gardner-Johnson for at least the next four games.

Davis has been activated from injured reserve ahead of the Eagles’ matchup with the Titans. He missed the last four games with an ankle injury.

The Eagles opened a spot for Davis by placing Gardner-Johnson on injured reserve. Gardner-Johnson lacerated his kidney in last Sunday’s win over the Packers and he had already been ruled out for this weekend.

Gardner-Johnson will be eligible to return in Week 17 against the Saints, who...
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Saints fans ready to throw in the towel

  • News source: Chris Dunnells
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The New Orleans Saints will be playing for their postseason hopes against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Monday Night Football this week. If the Saints win, they still have a shot (albeit far from a guarantee) to win the NFC South. If the Saints lose, they can essentially kiss their playoff chances goodbye.

But even if they make the playoffs, so what then? Are they actually going to be in a position to contend in 2023 and beyond?

This uncertainty is likely why the majority of Saints fans polled (a nice percentage, by the way), think the New Orleans Saints should tear the team down to the...
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Final Saints Injury Report: Four starters out, Lattimore and Werner both questionable

  • News source: New Orleans Saints - WWL TV
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NEW ORLEANS — The Saints will be without four starters for Monday night's game in Tampa.

Tight end Juwan Johnson (ankle), defensive end Payton Turner (ankle), defensive back P.J. Williams (knee), and defensive back/special teamer J.T. Gray (hamstring) will all be absent for the Saints on Monday.

An additional six players- defensive back Marshon Lattimore (abdomen), linebacker Pete Werner (ankle), defensive back Bradley Roby (concussion), wide receiver Kevin White (illness), and defensive tackles Kentavius Street and Malcom Roach (illnesses)- are listed as questionable.

Some positive...
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Saints rule out 4 players on final injury report vs. Buccaneers

  • News source: John Sigler
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The New Orleans Saints ruled out four players on the final injury report ahead of Week 13’s game with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers: safety J.T. Gray (hamstring), tight end Juwan Johnson (ankle), defensive end Payton Turner (ankle), and safety P.J. Williams (knee) are all going to be unavailable.

And six other Saints players are questionable to suit up on Monday night, including star cornerback Marshon Lattimore (abdomen) and starting linebacker Pete Werner (ankle).

Tampa Bay only ruled out one player preemptively (right tackle Tristan Wirfs) but three others are doubtful and six of their own...
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Dennis Allen says 'We'll see' if Marshon Lattimore (abdomen) can play vs. Bucs

  • News source: John Sigler
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It’s been seven weeks since the New Orleans Saints defense last hit the field with maybe its best player. Marshon Lattimore suffered a lacerated kidney and two broken ribs in a collision with other players way back in Week 5, and those slow-to-heal injuries have kept him out of action for longer than anyone expected.

Lattimore practiced on a limited basis last week but wasn’t cleared to suit up against the San Francisco 49ers; he’s still not practicing fully ahead of Week 13’s game with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Saints head coach Dennis Allen offered scant details when asked about his...
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What Saints defensive end Cam Jordan had to say about Tom Brady and the Bucs offense

  • News source: BY TERRIN WAACK | Staff writer
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Since the New Orleans Saints last played the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the NFC South opponent’s offensive statistics have skewed even more than they already did in their Week 2 matchup.

The Buccaneers defeated the Saints, 20-10, back on Sept. 18 inside the New Orleans’ Ceasars Superdome. This time, their Monday game (7:15 p.m., ESPN) will be held at Raymond James Stadium in Florida.

In that first meeting, the Buccaneers produced 260 total yards offensively — 72 rush and 188 passing. Their air attack was clearly stronger than their ground. Shouldn’t be surprising since Tampa Bay’s quarterback...
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College Football Week 14 open thread

  • News source: Wallace Delery
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Happy Saturday everyone! Welcome to the Canal Street Chronicles College Football open thread! This is where we congregate to discuss and dissect each and every one of today’s games on the NCAA Division 1-A (FBS) football schedule. Let’s have some fun and enjoy some stress-free football as we watch the future stars of the NFL today!

Here are the conference championship games in Week 14:

#10 Kansas State vs #3 TCU - Big 12 Championship - ABC

#14 LSU vs #1 Georgia - SEC Championship - CBS

#22 UCF at #18 Tulane - AAC Championship - ABC

Purdue vs #2 Michigan - Big Ten Championship - FOX...
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Lightning strike survivors group criticizes Drew Brees for publicity stunt

  • News source: Mike Florio
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For a little while on Friday morning, many believed that former NFL quarterback Drew Brees had been struck by lightning while filming a commercial during an area in Venezuela that features many cloud-to-ground lightning strikes per day. He wasn’t.

The publicity stunt was, as such things go, fairly well executed. The initial accounts emerged via tweets in Spanish. PointsBet, the perpetrator of the poor-taste fake out, issued a vague statement in lieu of acknowledging that the video was phony.

Plenty of online know-it-alls acted like they knew it was fake all along. Few of them opted to...
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Gayle Benson donates $5 million dollars to Archbishop Rummel High School

  • News source: Tina Howell
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On Thursday, December 1st, at Archbishop Rummel High School in Metairie, Archbishop Gregory Aymond presided over Mass which also served as a dual celebration to commemorate the school’s 60th anniversary and recognize New Orleans Saints and Pelicans owner Gayle Benson for her generous donation of $5 million dollars to the school.

Mrs. Benson attended the service and was recognized by Head of School Marc Milano.

The donation was made through the Gayle and Tom Benson Charitable Foundation and will be used to help fund an endowment with a long-term goal to raise money to fund Rummel’s...
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If the Saints win/lose against Bucs

  • News source: Sterling Mclymont
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After the New Orleans Saints fell flat in their matchup against the San Francisco 49ers, they’ll be looking to bounce back as they travel to Tampa Bay for a date with the Buccaneers. In an already inconsistent NFC South, this game has turned out to be a huge matchup in terms of determining who will come out on top of the division in a few short weeks. For both teams, this is a must win.

A win here would be HUGE for New Orleans. Finding a way to leave Tampa Bay with a victory would put the Saints at the number 2 spot in the NFC South granted that the Falcons lose on Sunday as well...
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Saints Run Defense Looks to Stifle Buccaneers Ground Game

  • News source: Bob Rose
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The 4-8 New Orleans Saints travel to face the 5-6 Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Monday night. A loss effectively ends the Saints season, while the Buccaneers look to strengthen their first place hold in the NFC South.

For the Saints to make a desperate push for the division title, it'll have to come on the defensive side. However, this isn't playing like the same unit that dominated opponents from 2018 through 2021, though they've played much better of late.

New Orleans ranks 12th in total defense, surrendering an average of 326.4 yards per game. They've played far more consistently against...
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USC vs Utah: Pac 12 Championship Game open thread

  • News source: Wallace Delery
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Tonight, the USC Trojans battle the Utah Utes for the Pac 12 Championship in Las Vegas. This is a rematch of USC’s only loss of the season, a thrilling 43-42 win by Utah in the final minute of the game. A win tonight by USC solidifies their place in the College Football Playoff, and another huge performance by standout quarterback Caleb Williams may very well earn him the Heisman Trophy. Here are the details for tonight’s pivotal game:

Here’s to an entertaining title game!
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