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Fleur-de-Links, September 16: A look at the Saints receivers corps following Michael Thomas injury

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UPDATED: Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas reportedly expected to miss “several weeks” with high ankle sprain - Canal Street Chronicles

The ankle injury suffered by Michael Thomas turns out to be worse than expected, and Thomas is expected to miss multiple weeks, though Saints fans will want to keep an eye on whether or not Thomas goes on IR.

Updated Saints WR depth chart after Michael Thomas injury - Saints Wire

With Michael Thomas injured, the Saints WR 1 job now falls to Emmanuel Sanders, with Tre’Quan Smith, Deonte Harris, and Marquez Callaway filling out the depth chart while wide receivers Bennie Fowler, Lil’Jordan Humphrey, Austin Carr, and Juwan Johnson are on the practice squad.

Who is Saints’ next man up if Michael Thomas sits? Here are 4 options, and 1 wild card - NOLA

With the Saints missing their WR 1, Emmanuel Sanders, Jared Cook, Alvin Kamara, Tre’Quan Smith, and Taysom Hill could all receive more targets in the coming weeks.

All 2020 Saints regular season games to be re-aired on Bounce TV - New Orleans Saints

Bounce TV will re-air all 2020 Saints games on the Tuesday following the game at 7:00 pm CST on Bounce TV-New Orleans.

Saints-Bucs sets 4-year ratings high on Fox; here’s how it broke down in New Orleans - NOLA

The Saints-Bucs week 1 game peaked at “a 49.5 HH ratings with 280,000 homes tuning in” in New Orleans.

Report: Trent Brown may play this week against Saints - Silver and Black Pride

Las Vegas Raiders’ right tackle Trent Brown, who left the Raiders’ week 1 game early due to a calf injury, has not been ruled out for the week 2 game against the Saints.

Saints are 6.5-point road favorites in Week 2 over the Raiders - Saints Wire

According to BetMGM Sportsbook, the Saints are expected to win by 6.5 points, with “a final score in the neighborhood of Saints 29, Raiders 22.”