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Saints Thursday Injury Report: 2022 Week 13 vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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Fifteen New Orleans Saints players were listed on Thursday's Injury Report for the team's Week 13 game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers during the 2022 NFL season.

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Where are Cardinals, Chargers, other potential Sean Payton suitors picking in 2023 draft?

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By John Sigler | SaintsWire

Week 12 is in the books and the 2023 NFL draft order projections have updated, so it’s as good a time as any to speculate on which teams might be in the hunt for Sean Payton — and what the New Orleans Saints could gain should he move on to a new team in a few months.

But let’s start with the Saints. They traded their 2023 first round pick to the Philadelphia Eagles so they could get another first rounder in 2022 (which became left tackle Trevor Penning), and right now that draft choice is projected to fall at No. 6 overall. That gives the Super Bowl-contender Eagles a highly valuable draft pick which the Saints could dearly use.

The good news is the Saints could end up with a high first rounder of their own should Payton be traded to a new team in 2023. Some franchises have already been linked to his interests, and others make sense as long-shot suitors, so let’s take a look at where each of them are slotted in: ...

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Saints Injury Roundup: Juwan Johnson Misses Second Straight Practice

  • News source: John Hendrix
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Friday's Saints practice produced a similar look to the first injury report of the week, with some upgrades. Here's how things looked for New Orleans going into the weekend.

DID NOT PRACTICE: J.T. Gray (hamstring), Juwan Johnson (ankle), Malcolm Roach (illness), Bradley Roby (concussion), Kentavius Street (illness), Payton Turner (ankle), Kevin White (illness), P.J. Williams (knee)

LIMITED: Jarvis Landry (ankle), Marshon Lattimore (abdomen), Rashid Shaheed (back), Pete Werner (ankle)

FULL: Josh Andrews (ankle), Mark Ingram (foot), Ryan Ramczyk (rest)

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Saints Injury Report: 3 players upgraded to full participants on Friday

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NEW ORLEANS — The Saints are moving, albeit slightly, in the right direction on the injury front.

Three players- running back Mark Ingram (foot), tackle Ryan Ramczyk, and guard Josh Andrews (ankle)- were full participants in Friday's practice after the trio were limited on Thursday. The Saints have one more practice session remaining, on Saturday, ahead of Monday's game in Tampa.

Everyone else listed on Thursday's injury report retained their identical status from Thursday: Defensive end Payton Turner (ankle), tight end Juwan Johnson (ankle), defensive backs Bradley Roby (concussion) and...
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Pete Werner, Marshon Lattimore limited again on updated Saints injury report vs. Bucs

  • News source: John Sigler
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There was some positive injury news on Friday’s New Orleans Saints injury report, with three players upgraded to full participation after being limited on Thursday: center Josh Andrews (ankle), running back Mark Ingram II (foot), and right tackle Ryan Ramczyk (rest). But there were still four limited participants (including linebacker Pete Werner and cornerback Marshon Lattimore) as well as eight others held out of action while on the mend or dealing with illnesses.

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Jeff Duncan: What is and isn't an NFL catch? Nobody seems to know, including NFL officials

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In the New Orleans’ loss to the San Francisco 49ers Sunday, Chris Olave caught what appeared-to-be a 30-yard pass from Taysom Hill in the second quarter.

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During the FOX broadcast of the game, Dean Blandino, the NFL’s former vice president of officiating, agreed with the overturn, saying that Olave failed to “perform an act common to the game”...
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  • News source: Bob Rose
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In the 2021 Divisional Playoffs, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers pushed QB Drew Brees into retirement with three interceptions in a 30-20 win. They'd knock out his replacement, former Bucs QB Jameis Winston, for the 2021 season in Week 8. Winston returned in 2022, only for Tampa Bay to intercept him three times and record six sacks in a 20-10 Week 2 win.

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Saints announce uniform combination for Monday night game vs. Buccaneers

  • News source: John Sigler
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Let’s start with the good news. The New Orleans Saints are wearing their fan-favorite “Color Rush” alternate jerseys in Monday night’s game with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, which are always a welcome sight — the gold detailing and black trim stand out well on the white uniforms, making for one of the best looks you’ll find around the NFL.

Now the bad news, which we already knew about: the Saints are also wearing their alternate black helmets for this game, using the same lids-uniforms combo that they debuted in Week 4’s game with the Minnesota Vikings earlier this year.

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Gordy Rush previews LSU-Georgia in SEC title game; Week 13 best bets on ‘Dattitude,’ Ep. 122

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It’s not your regular Friday Dattitude, as the focus of the Saints shifts to LSU playing No. 1 Georgia in the SEC championship game on Saturday and Tulane vs. Central Florida in the American Athletic Conference title game at Yulman Stadium.

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No, Drew Brees was not struck by lightning

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NEW ORLEANS — Drew Brees was not struck by lightning while filming a promotional video in Venezuela, despite a video posted online. The video was shared by several prominent sports personalities and sports journalists before being debunked as a "spoof."

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  • News source: Michael David Smith
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Sunday’s biggest game in the NFC playoff picture is the Commanders against the Giants, with Washington surging and New York fading.

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  • News source: John Sigler
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Take a lap, Drew Brees. The former New Orleans Saints quarterback sent fans into an uproar after a video hoax went viral alleging he had been struck by lightning while filming a promotional ad in Venezuela. He circled back after the social media buzz erupted to put them at rest, saying on Instagram that he’s fine and joking that “The lightning must’ve thought I was wearing a Falcons jersey.”

Look, as zingers go, that’s a good one. It doesn’t make up for a dumb marketing stunt that upset a lot of people, but Brees deserves a hat tip for it. The sponsor in question, PointsBet Sportsbook...
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  • News source: BrendenErtle
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Come on, man. The New Orleans Saints fanbase rushed into concern when a video allegedly showing Drew Brees being struck by lightning while filming a commercial went viral on social media, but multiple local reports from New Orleans outed the marketing stunt as a forgery.

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There's video on social media of Drew Brees getting hit by lightning. It's a stunt.

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A video making the rounds on social media showing New Orleans Saints legend Drew Brees getting hit by lightning is a publicity stunt, The Times-Picayune has confirmed.

The shaky video, which was posted on Twitter at midnight, portrays Brees in the process of filming a commercial, when suddenly a flash pops on the screen along with a clap of thunder.

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