NFC Divisional Round: Saints Final Injury Report

Only one Saints player has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Bucs, while Taysom Hill and Latavius Murray are both questionable.
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The final injury report is out for the Saints, and only one New Orleans player has been ruled out for Sunday's Divisional matchup with the Bucs. Here's how things look going into the weekend.

Saints Final Injury Report

Out: Patrick Robinson (hamstring)

Questionable: Taysom Hill (knee), Latavius Murray (quad), Will Clapp (non-injury related)

Both Hill and Murray were limited participants of practice on Friday, while Trey Hendrickson (neck/stinger) practiced in full and does not carry an injury designation. Terron Armstead (elbow) and Jared Cook (back) were also full participants of practice after being limited during the first two sessions. 

We'll have to keep a close eye on Hill and Murray's availability for Sunday evening, as those would be big losses for the Saints offense. We might get some indication based on the team's Saturday moves and anticipated practice squad elevations.

For Tampa, they ruled out Jeremiah Ledbetter (calf) and moved Alex Cappa (ankle) to injured reserve. They also announced that Leonard Fournette would get the start at running back, while Ronald Jones (quad/finger) is a game-time decision. Mike Evans (knee) was limited, but doesn't carry an injury designation, meaning he should be good to go and face off against Marshon Lattimore.