Saints Thursday Injury Report, Week 4: Davenport DNP (Toe)
Kyle T. Mosley
New Orleans Saints Injury Report for Week 4 ahead of their contest against the Detroit Lions.
The Thursday injury report of Week 4 is out for the New Orleans Saints. New Orleans will head to Detroit for a Sunday afternoon clash with the Lions. Here's a look at the injury report from Thursday.
DID NOT PRACTICE:
- G Andrus Peat (ankle)
- TE Jared Cook (groin)
- DE Marcus Davenport (toe)
- CB Marshon Lattimore (hamstring)
- CB Janoris Jenkins (shoulder)
- LB Chase Hansen (hip)
- WR Michael Thomas (ankle)
Marcus Davenport did not practice with the Saints on Thursday. Davenport's injury must have occurred at or after Wednesday's workout session.
Both starting cornerbacks, Lattimore and Jenkins, show-up again on today's report. CB Marshon Lattimore's hamstring prevented him from participating in today's practice. Jackrabbit had limited participation due to a shoulder injury.
On Sunday, New Orleans will need both for the aerial attack from Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford to wideout Kenny Golladay. Detriot's receiver returned from an early-season injury to score once and notch six receptions in a win against the Cardinals in Week 3.
Jared Cook's listing is something to keep an eye on. If Cook cannot play on Sunday, the Saints will have only tight ends Josh Hill and rookie Adam Trautman ready to play against Detriot.
Andrus Peat will remain as a DNP for the next several weeks because of his ankle injury from the Packers game.
New Orleans listed All-Pro wide receiver Michael Thomas as limited. It appears his ankle injury is getting better, which is good news for the Saints.
DT David Onyemata's name dropped-off from Wednesday's initial Week 4 report and returned to have full practice participation.
The Saints will provide injury designations to the media on Friday, leading into the Lions contest.
- New Orleans Saints will visit the Detroit Lions at Ford Field in Detroit, MI on Sunday, October 4, 2020 at 12:00 CDT. No fans will be allowed to attend the game.
- Fox Sports will broadcast the contest.
- Vegas has the Saints as a 4 point favorite over the Lions.