Saints Wednesday injury report: Michael Thomas practicing, Jared Cook, Janoris Jenkins not. - Canal Street Chronicles
While Andrus Peat, Jared Cook, and Janoris Jenkins did not practice on Wednesday, Michael Thomas returned to practice limited, and Marcus Davenport, Marshon Lattimore, David Onyemata, and Chase Hansen were also limited.
Wide receiver Malik Henry replaces Lil’Jordan Humphrey on the Saints’ practice squad.
Sean Payton answers question from Detroit Lions’ writer about the upcoming game, including thoughts on Michael Thomas’ possible return, matchups with Lions tight end T.J. Hockenson, and Adrian Peterson’s performance.
For the first three games of the regular season, Malcolm Jenkins has stayed in the tunnel during the national anthem “because there’s ‘too much dialogue’ about the anthem’s symbolism.”
Green Bay Packers quaterback Aaron Rodgers said that the lack of fans in the Superdome was “a big weapon for us,” showing that even opposing teams know the benefit they receive from playing at the Superdome without fans.
Malcolm Jenkins Foundation holds event to help combat food insecurity in New Orleans - New Orleans Saints
The Malcolm Jenkins Foundation in collaboration with the Winn-Dixie Gives Foundation, Second Harvest of South Louisiana, and the Broadmoor Improvement Association Food Pantry launched “Get Ready Fest - Feeding the 504,” by hosting an event feeding 557 families.
‘Use your voice to vote:’ Saints’ Cameron Jordan tackles voter registration with NFL Votes initiative - NOLA
Cameron Jordan speaks on the importance of voting as a spokesman for NFL Votes.
.@drewbrees called @Cantguardmike “a tough guy and a great competitor” and added it was “great to get him back, he looked really good out there” as Thomas returned to #Saints practice today— New Orleans Saints (@Saints) October 1, 2020
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Michael Thomas returned to practice today for the Saints after missing the least two games with an ankle sprain. The wide receiver was moving well during the portion of practice open to the media. Getting the offensive player of the year back would obviously be a huge boost.— Nick Underhill (@nick_underhill) September 30, 2020
Saints' Malcolm Jenkins’ foundation partnered with Winn-Dixie, Second Harvest Food Bank and the Broadmoor Improvement Association Food Pantry to provide nearly 600 families with food and groceries. “1 in 4 children are dealing with food insecurity," Jenkins said of a "huge need."— Mike Triplett (@MikeTriplett) September 30, 2020