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Fleur-de-Links, October 29: Michael Thomas and Marquez Callaway do not practice on Wednesday

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Saints at Bears Wednesday injury report: Marquez Callaway, Michael Thomas do not practice - Canal Street Chronicles

Michael Thomas, still dealing with his hamstring injury, and Marquez Callaway dealing with an ankle injury were the only players that did not practice on Wednesday, while Terron Armstead and Nick Easton were limited.

Saints vs Bears Wednesday Injury Report - ESPN 1420

For the Chicago Bears, tight end Jimmy Graham and wide receivers Ted Ginn and Allen Robinson did not practice.

First Saints vs. Bears injury report: WR Allen Robinson in concussion protocol - Saints Wire

Allen Robinson did not practice on Wednesday as he currently “sidelined in the NFL concussion protocol.”

Saints unchanged in Week 8 Power Rankings despite divisional win over Panthers - Canal Street Chronicles

Following the Saints’ victory over the Carolina Panthers, the Saints are ranked an average of #10 in NFL Power Rankings, with a high of #8 from Bleacher Report and a low of #12 from CBS.

Saints staying home as Hurricane Zeta comes through New Orleans - Crescent City Sports

The Saints did not leave New Orleans, despite the category 2 Hurricane Zeta hitting the New Orleans area.

Saints’ Cameron Jordan increases Community Efforts during 2020 season - WGNO

Cameron Jordan launched “Cam Jordan’s Dreambuilders Fund,” a a program designed to provide kids with things like, “sports equipment, musical instruments, tuition for special camps and even Prom dresses or money to cover the cost of Senior pictures.”

New Orleans Saints GM Mickey Loomis joins WWL Radio to discuss his team’s Week 7 performance vs. the Carolina Panthers - New Orleans Saints

Saints GM Mickey Loomis speaks on the team’s win over the Carolina Panthers, saying, “We expected Teddy Bridgewater to play well and he did. We were fortunate enough to make plays, particularly at the end of the game to get a win.”