The final injury report is out for the New Orleans Saints, as they head north to take on the Buffalo Bills in Week 10. Friday’s report has officially listed safety Kenny Vaccaro (groin) out of action for Sunday.
Guard Larry Warford (abdomen) and tackle Terron Armstead (shoulder) are listed as questionable, and were limited participants in practice.
Armstead returned to practice, and only Kenny Vaccaro was not spotted during the open portion to the media. With Vaccaro out of the lineup, it will either mean the Saints use P.J. Williams more in the slot, or will utilize Rafael Bush and/or Chris Banjo in 3-safety sets. Per a Nick Underhill report, Vaccaro doesn’t expect this to be a lingering issue.
For the Bills, starting offensive tacke Cordy Glenn (foot/ankle) and wide receiver Zay Jones (ankle) are officially listed as out. Kelvin Benjamin, who Saints fans are quite familiar with from his Panthers days, will make his debut for Buffalo. Among those listed as questionable are tight end Charles Clay (knee), cornerback E.J. Gaines (hamstring), and tackle Seantrel Henderson (back).