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Saints injury report: Andrus Peat, Mark Ingram don’t practice

Marshon Lattimore returns to practice, but Andrus Peat and Mark Ingram were non-participants on Tuesday.

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The second Week 14 injury report is out for the New Orleans Saints, which gives us a more accurate look as opposed to Monday’s estimated list. Here’s a look at Tuesday, as the black and gold continue preparing for the Atlanta Falcons on Thursday Night Football.

Mark Ingram (toe) and Andrus Peat (groin) did not practice - although Ingram was spotted (could be rest), while seven players were limited participants. Marshon Lattimore (ankle) - who returned to practice, Marcus Williams (groin), Terron Armstead (shoulder/thigh), Trey Hendrickson (knee), P.J. Williams (shoulder), Ken Crawley (abdomen), and A.J. Klein (groin) round out the Saints injury report. Klein is a new addition.

Per The Advocate’s Joel Erickson, Lattimore, Williams, and Armstead were all present for the open portion of practice to the media. However, Peat was not. The final report will drop tomorrow, and both Peat and Ingram will be something to keep an eye on.

For the Falcons, offensive guard Andy Levitre was already ruled out of action with a triceps action. Cornerback Desmond Trufant (concussion) was a full participant.