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Larry Warford returns, Kenny Vaccaro and Terron Armstead sit for Week 10’s first Saints injury report

The Saints have five players listed on the first injury report, with two of their starters missing Wednesday.

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The first New Orleans Saints injury report is out for Week 10’s meeting against the Buffalo Bills. A total of five players were listed on Wednesday’s report. Terron Armstead (chest) and Kenny Vaccaro (groin) did not practice, while Larry Warford (abdomen), Michael Thomas (ankle), and Alex Okafor (ankle) were limited participants.

Per reports, Thomas, Armstead, and Vaccaro were not spotted during the open portion of practice to the media. Both Armstead and Vaccaro left Sunday’s game against the Buccaneers early due to injury. Okafor is a new addition to report, and it’s a good sign seeing Warford back, even if it’s on a limited basis.

Here’s a glimpse of the Bills first report:


Did Not Practice

T Cordy Glenn (foot/ankle)

WR Zay Jones (ankle)

Limited Practice

CB E.J. Gaines (hamstring)

TE Charles Clay (knee)

In other news, the Saints brought back defensive tackle John Hughes.