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Saints final injury report: Ellerbe, Armstead, Breaux ruled out again, several are questionable

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Three Saints are listed as out against the Panthers for Sunday.

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New Orleans Saints players Dannell Ellerbe (quad), Terron Armstead (knee), and Delvin Breaux (fibula) have been ruled out of Sunday’s game against the Carolina Panthers.

Meanwhile, James Laurinaitis (quad), Senio Kelemete (hamstring), Paul Kruger (back), and Josh Hill (ankle) are all questionable.

Kruger, Ellerbe, Armstead, and Breaux all did not practice, and Hill, Laurinaitis, and Kelemete were once again limited.

Armstead hasn’t played since Week 2 against the New York Giants, and it looks like Andrus Peat will once again take his place at left tackle. As for Dannell Ellerbe, that speaks for itself.

Here’s a look at the Panthers injury report, which officially lists Cam Newton as questionable. Barring any setback, he’s expected to play.

CB James Bradberry (foot) DNP Out

T Michael Oher (concussion) DNP Out

DT Paul Soliai (foot) DNP Out

CB Robert McClain (hamstring) DNP Out

DT Vernon Butler (ankle) DNP Out

DE Charles Johnson (quad) Limited Questionable

WR Kelvin Benjamin (knee) Limited Questionable

QB Cam Newton (concussion) Full Questionable

RB Jonathan Stewart (hamstring) Full Questionable

TE Ed Dickson (Illness) Full