Saints vs Panthers Wednesday injury report: Michael Thomas dealing with a hamstring - Canal Street Chronicles
Janoris Jenkins and Deonte Harris were full on Wednesday’s practice, while Terron Armstead, Nick Easton, Bennie Fowler, and J.T. Gray did not practice and Justin Hardee and Michael Thomas were both limited with a hamstring and a hamstring/ankle injury, respectively.
Michael Thomas will be able to play in Sunday’s game against the Carolina Panthers, if he is healthy.
Sean Payton refused to commit negatively or positively on if Michael Thomas will be playing in week 7.
The Saints have only forced five turnovers this season, ranking them near the bottom with “only five teams have forced fewer.”
While some feel that the Saints fans have developed a reputation over the past couple of years, they ranked near the bottom of a ranking of the most complaining fan bases in the NFL.
The Athletic have proposed that the Saints could trade the Houston Texans a second round draft pick and a conditional third round pick in 2021 in return for J.J. Watt.
Tickets for the first Saints game with fans in person in 2020 have started popping up, with some tickets in the low $300s and others $1000+.
WEDNESDAY'S PRACTICE— Nick Underhill (@nick_underhill) October 21, 2020
Janoris Jenkins (shoulder)
Deonte Harris (hamstring)
Justin Hardee (hamstring)
Michael Thomas (ankle/hamstring)
DID NOT PRACTICE
Terron Armstead (hand)
Nick Easton (concussion)
Bennie Fowler (shoulder)
JT Gray (hamstring)
"Once you get to October and November... you've been able to establish who you are and your identity. And you can pin your ears back and go." - @drewbrees— New Orleans Saints (@Saints) October 21, 2020
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