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Saints tackle Terron Armstead out for Panthers game

Saints tackle Terron Armstead out for Panthers game because of chest injury

Hogs Haven

Redskins fans have lost faith in the direction of their team

As the losing streak hits 4 games, the Redskins start their 4th quarterback of the season, the injuries pile up and a promising practice squad player heads to the Saints, Redskins fans feel a sense of deja vu all over again Welcome to SB Nation FanPulse — a survey of fans across the NFL, powered by SurveyMonkey. Each week, we send 32 polls to 100+ plugged in fans from each team. Redskins fans, sign up HERE to join FanPulse. From Week 11 to this week, the confidence of Hogs Haven readers who answer the FanPulse poll has dropped like a lead balloon. This week, the confidence level sits at...

Cat Scratch Reader

ICYMI: Week 15 on CSR

Check out the latest and greatest you may have missed from our coverage leading up to the Panthers Week 15 date with the Saints on Monday Night Football The Panthers have had a long week to come to terms with their long losing streak and prepare themselves for what is likely the best team they will face all year. Win or lose, there will be a lot to unpack from Monday night’s game, but first make sure you are caught up on all of the work we’ve done to get you ready. This week we’re focusing on Cam’s shoulder health, the repercussions of a spotty draft history, and an injury report...

The Advocate

Saints have full attendance at Friday's practice

The Saints' injury report remained unchanged from Thursday.

The Advocate

Saints OL Derek Newton looks to make most of another chance after battling back from injury

Newly signed Saints offensive lineman Derek Newton went through his second practice with the team on Thursday.

Bucs Nation

The Crow’s Nest: Roster moves, Saints domination, and early odds

Web links on the Buccaneers. Ravens are eight-point favorites vs. Buccaneers in Week 15 home matchupThe Ravens are eight-point favorites over the visiting Tampa Bay Buccaneers ahead of their pivotal Week 15 matchup, according to most Las Vegas betting lines. Bucs’ DeSean Jackson: Thumb injury from opener to blame for recent layoffThe receiver has missed two straight games with a sprained left thumb that he says is improving, but it’s still too painful to catch passes. Bucs putting Kevin Minter on IRThe Buccaneers are now putting the injury replacements on injured reserve. Saints film...

Bucs Beat | Tampa Bay Times

Bucs injury report: Safeties Justin Evans, Isaiah Johnson remain out

TAMPA---Safeties Justin Evans and Isaiah Johnson did not return to practice Wednesday as the Bucs started preparation for this week's game at Baltimore. Both players missed last week's game against the Saints.Evans, who has missed three of the past four games, wore

Field Gulls

Century Links 12/12: Frank Clark on New Look Seahawks Defense

Read! Derek Newton joins Saints 2 years after serious injury - NFL.comTwo years ago, it appeared Derek Newton's NFL career was on the verge of ending. On Tuesday, he officially got his second chance to prove he can play NFL salary cap for 2019 projected at $187M-$191.1M - NFL.comThe salary cap is once again going up.The NFL announced Tuesday that projections for the 2019 salary cap are in the range of $187 million to $191.1 million, Ben Roethlisberger (ribs) expects to play Week 15 - NFL.comPittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger said Tuesday he expects to play Sunday against the...


NFL Power Rankings: Week 15

Cover your eyes, a hated rivals is the new #1 and our beloved Broncos are #32. 1. Kansas City Chiefs: I’m disgusted by this, but who is more worthy? They are tied with the Saints and Rams for the best record in the NFL, and even with injuries mounting, they are still winning. Now, how long will they stay up here? That’s anybody’s guess as injuries will almost certainly take its toll on the team, but today, for now, they are the best. 2. New Orleans Saints: I almost put the Saints in first just because it made me cringe to have the Chiefs there, but I couldn’t. The Saints have been...


Eagles to sign Boston Scott for running back depth

The Philadelphia Eagles are reportedly preparing to sign running back Boston Scott off the New Orleans Saints’ practice squad. Corey Clement went down with a knee injury in the 29-23 overtime loss to the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, and with the severity of the injury unknown at this point, it’s clear that the Eagles want […] The post Eagles to sign Boston Scott for running back depth appeared first on ClutchPoints.


Cowboys VP Stephen Jones: Taco Charlton needs to, 'step it up a notch'

Cowboys defensive end Taco Charlton was inactive Sunday despite not appearing on the injury report all week. He had been dealing with a shoulder issue that caused him to miss three games.Charlton was a full participant in practice the previous week, but only played four defensive snaps against the New Orleans Saints.Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones gave Charlton credit on Monday for playing through the injury, but added that last year's first round pick needs to, "step it up a notch.""All players deal with injuries in any given season and he's just got to work to get better,"...

Bleeding Green Nation

Eagles snag Sproles-style RB from Saints

Season saved! In a last-ditch effort to make the playoffs (not really), Philadelphia has reportedly signed RB Boston Scott, a rookie practice squader, from the New Orleans Saints. The #Eagles are expected to sign RB Boston Scott off the #Saints practice squad in the wake of Corey Clement’s knee injury, sources say.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) December 10, 2018 Scott was an undrafted free agent out of Louisiana Tech in the 2019 NFL Draft, though he had some fans here and there. Coming out of school, Scott posted a 4.40 40-yard dash (at his Pro Day) at 5’7 and 195 pounds, as well as...

Bucs Nation

Bucs vs. Saints: Week 14 Full Inactive Report

Here is the full list of inactive players for the Buccaneers and Saints for week fourteen The Buccaneers and Saints have released their lists of inactive players ahead of their week fourteen game. For the Buccaneers, we already knew receiver DeSean Jackson would miss his second straight game while safeties Justin Evans and Isaiah Johnson would both be held out with injuries. For the Saints, tackle Terron Armstead was already ruled out and despite missing practice on Wednesday, receiver Michael Thomas will indeed play. Here are the full inactive lists for each team; Tampa Bay Buccaneers: WR...

Bucs Beat | Tampa Bay Times

Bucs-Saints: Chris Godwin held to one catch in Tampa Bay's loss

TAMPA - Bucs wide receiver Chris Godwin had arguably his best game of the season last week against Carolina. And with DeSean Jackson sidelined for the second straight week with a thumb injury, the Bucs planned to make Godwin a big part of their offense in Sunday's game against the

Bucs Nation

Buccaneers vs Saints Thursday Injury Report

The Buccaneers are looking a good bit healthier heading into this weeks match up. As the weekend approaches and the Buccaneers continue to prepare to take on the Saints at home, the injury front begins to clear up. Carlton Davis was upgraded to a limited participant while Jason Pierre-Paul (knee), Justin Evans (toe) and DeSean Jackson (finger) all remained with the did not participate designation Thursday. Isaiah Johnson also did not participate as he goes through the concussion protocol. M.J. Stewart and Brent Grimes both were full participants for the second day in a row as the...


Saints WR Michael Thomas off injury report, will play vs. Bucs

In the days leading into Week 14 action against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the New Orleans Saints had some question marks surrounding the health of star wide receiver Michael Thomas due to an ankle injury. The Saints had an encouraging update on the situation on Friday as Thomas was able to exit the injury report […] The post Saints WR Michael Thomas off injury report, will play vs. Bucs appeared first on ClutchPoints.


Saints WR Michael Thomas practices fully on Thursday

Following a discouraging loss to the Dallas Cowboys, the New Orleans Saints are looking to bounce back in Week 14 on the road against the Tampa Buccaneers. However, there are some questions regarding the health of Pro Bowl wide receiver Michael Thomas, who is dealing with an ankle injury. According to Ian Rapoport of The […] The post Saints WR Michael Thomas practices fully on Thursday appeared first on ClutchPoints.

Bucs Beat | Tampa Bay Times

Bucs-Saints: Tampa Bay will will be thin at safety on Sunday

TAMPA - The Bucs will be thin at the safety Sunday against New Orleans.Justin Evans (toe) and Isaiah Johnson (concussion) haven't practiced this week and will likely miss the 1 p.m. game at Raymond James Stadium.Evans returned last week after missing two games and


Saints WR Michael Thomas misses practice with ankle injury

The New Orleans Saints are eager to bounce back this Sunday after their setback against the Dallas Cowboys, but they could potentially have to do so without top wideout Michael Thomas. The Saints’ star wide receiver did not participate in Wednesday’s practice due to an ankle injury, according to the team’s official injury report. Thomas […] The post Saints WR Michael Thomas misses practice with ankle injury appeared first on ClutchPoints.

Bucs Nation

Bucs vs. Saints: Week 14 Initial Injury Report

The first injury report of the week for the Buccaneers and Saints has been released The initial injury report for the Buccaneers and Saints ahead of their game in week fourteen has been released. The Bucs were once again without receiver DeSean Jackson as well as cornerback Carlton Davis, safeties Justin Evans and Isaiah Johnson, and defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul. JPP has been known to take these Wednesday practices off without jeopardizing his Sunday status so that is of little concern. If DJax misses again, look for Chris Godwin to again have an increased role in the offense. The Bucs...

The Pewter Plank

Buccaneers vs. Saints: Week 14 Initial injury report

The Buccaneers released their first injury report of Week 14. A key wideout missed practice and the secondary may be thin come Sunday. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and New Orleans Saints released their first injury report leading up to their Week 14 matchup. Wideout DeSean Jackson wasn’t able to practice on Wednesday. According to Rick […] Buccaneers vs. Saints: Week 14 Initial injury report - The Pewter Plank - The Pewter Plank - A Tampa Bay Buccaneers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.


Cowboys WR Cole Beasley practices despite sprained foot, says he's ready: 'If it was game time I'd be able to go right now'

FRISCO -- Cowboys receiver Cole Beasley practiced Wednesday despite a sprained foot that he injured late in the win over the Saints on Thursday.Beasley sprained his right foot trying when a Saints player landed on top of it as he was stretching for a first down. Beasley, however, said he will play Sunday in the NFC East showdown against the Eagles."I'm feeling good," Beasley said. "If it was game time I'd be able to go right now."It was sore after it happened, but I really wasn't that worried. I've had a football injury worse than this before my second year, just pain-wise and feel. I'll be...

The Falcoholic

Is Falcons head coach Dan Quinn’s seat getting hotter? The Falcoholic staff weighs in.

Dan Quinn almost certainly won’t, and shouldn’t, be fired after the season. But is his seat heating up? We’re staring down the last four games of the season as the Falcons sit at 4-8, and it’s hard to not be frustrated. Some of that frustration has been rightly directed at the coaching staff, and the man who’s ultimately responsible for how they perform — Dan Quinn. Before the injuries, before the team came out and played like they were just entitled to beating the Browns, Cowboys, Saints, and Ravens without really trying, it would have been difficult to imagine Dan Quinn...

Bucs Beat | Tampa Bay Times

Bucs practice report: Brent Grimes, M.J. Stewart return; still no DeSean Jackson

TAMPA - It appears that the Bucs secondary-will get a boost for this week's division home game against the New Orleans Saints.While rookie cornerback Carlton Davis, who missed last week's win over Carolina with a knee injury, didn't practice on Wednesday, corners Brent

Blogging The Boys

Cowboys news: Dallas sets the trend as defenses have a resurgent weekend

Plus injury updates on key players. Cowboys among against-the-grain winners - Gregg Rosenthal, NFL.comApparently, the Cowboys defense-fueled win Thursday was a trend-setter, as the league saw offenses struggle just a few weeks after many questioned whether defense was dead in the NFL. The Cowboys’ game plan to stop the Saints was disarmingly fundamental. They tackled in space, they stayed in their gaps and they flew to the ball, with Leighton Vander Esch stringing out play after play to the sideline. They limited yards after the catch. The excellent team defense set the tone for the...


Cowboys LT Tyron Smith says he expects to play Sunday vs. Eagles after missing last two games with a stinger

FORT WORTH -- Cowboys left tackle Tyron Smith said Monday he expects to play Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles.Smith has missed the last two games because of a stinger he suffered late in the Nov. 18 win at Atlanta. Smith said he had hoped to return to the field for Thursday's win over the Saints, but he tested his neck leading up to the game and said doctors told him he couldn't play yet."I feel great," said Smith, who along with several teammates visited with kids at Cook Children's hospital Monday morning. "For me, it was more frustrating more than anything. I trust our team doctors....


Saints RB Alvin Kamara passed a locker-room concussion evaluation

During the New Orleans Saints’ 13-10 loss to the Dallas Cowboys on Thursday night, star running back Alvin Kamara took a brutal helmet-to-helmet hit from linebacker Jaylon Smith. Beyond the play not receiving a flag, Kamara had gotten up from the field a little dazed from the blow while no talk of a possible concussion […] The post Saints RB Alvin Kamara passed a locker-room concussion evaluation appeared first on ClutchPoints.


Cowboys WR Cole Beasley suffers sprained foot that could jeopardize his availability for Philadelphia game

Cole Beasley sprained his right foot in the win over New Orleans, an injury that could jeopardize his ability to play in the Cowboys next game.The Cowboys slot receiver sprained his foot while making a key reception on third-and-five in the final six minutes of the team's 13-10 win over the Saints. Beasley was able to return but the foot clearly bothered him.A source said Beasley may be able to play against Philadelphia on Dec. 9 but should be regarded as week-to-week at this stage. Expect him to be limited when the Cowboys return to the practice field next week."Hopefully it's not a...

Dez is Out | Tiki + Tierney

NFL insider Jason La Canfora joins Tiki and Tierney to discuss the New Orleans Saints free agent options after Dez Bryant's injury.