10/19 Injury report (1 Viewer)

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New Orleans Saints

T Terron Armstead (knee) Limited

CB Delvin Breaux (Fibula) DNP

LB Dannell Ellerbe (Quad) DNP

DT Nick Fairley (Not injury related) DNP

DE Paul Kruger (back) DNP

CB Sterling Moore (abdomen) DNP

T Andrus Peat (DNP)

Kansas City Chiefs

CB Phillip Gaines (knee) DNP

LB Tamba Hali (knee) DNP

CB Kenneth Acker (shoulder) Full

G Jordan Devey (ankle) Full

T Mitchell Schwartz (ankle) Full



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I thought Breaux was practicing.

Moore....abdomen? That's not one you commonly see on an injury report.
 

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The one of consequence is Moore.

Fairley isn't hurt.

Armstead will be back so losing Peat doesn't hurt too bad.

It's a stretch to call Ellerbe a "starter" at this point.
 

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I was thinking the same thing. I hope he does not have the dreaded sports hernia.
I thought the same thing, but I would think, at this stage, he probably would have been IR'd if that was the case.
 

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I thought the same thing, but I would think, at this stage, he probably would have been IR'd if that was the case.
Possibly not. I think the WR Hurns on the Jags played last season with a sports hernia and had surgery during the offseason
 

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LOL, this is crazy but Peat is becoming a very good player and Stephone Anthony is the one not getting any playing time, who would have thought this after last year. The roles reversed hopefully can get them both playing at a high level soon.
 

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Moore... Abdomen... Hernia makes it's return?
Indeed. I talked to a guy this week who sits near the Saints bench at the games. He said Moore appeared to be in agony and that at first the guy thought Moore had been hit in the "man area" because he was getting checked out in that vicinity. He said it looked like the hip or in the groin area they were focusing on extensively.

Here's some grains of salt:

This guy is usually pretty dramatic and exaggerates on occasion, especially things he "saw".
He had a few Dome Foams before witnessing this display of medical intervention.

However, he offered up this info unprompted before today's injury report when we were chatting about the game. He also isn't one to track injuries online, so I doubt he'd heard any rumors of Moore's injury on a board like this one.

Anyway, that's all I got. Definitely not feeling good about this one. Hope it's nothing serious but the injury bug is still dancing around the team.
 

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Hard to say. Sports hernias can be anywhere from nagging to major surgery. I would assume if it was major though the saints would've IRed him and signed someone for his place as the CB position seems to be on a 3 week injury turnover this year.


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