Mark Ingram pops up on injury report with toe problem

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The Mark IngramAlvin Kamara one-two punch could be limited this week, due to Ingram’s toe.

Ingram popped up on the Monday injury report, in advance of Thursday’s game against the Falcons, with said toe injury.

Ingram was listed as being a limited participant in a practice that didn’t actually happen. But the injury is nevertheless there; the disclosure undoubtedly means that he has received treatment on the toe in the aftermath of Sunday’s win over the Panthers.

Listed as not practicing in a practice that didn’t happen were tackle Terron Armstead (thigh, shoulder), cornerback Marshon Lattimore (ankle), and safety Marcus Williams (groin).

Limited were (would have been) cornerback Ken Crawley (abdomen), defensive end Trey Hendrickson (knee), guard Andrus Peat (groin), and cornerback P.J. Williams (shoulder).

Ingram and Kamara have combined for 200 or more yards from scrimmage for five straight games. For the season, Ingram has 922 rushing yards on 180 attempts (5.1 yards per carry) and nine touchdowns. He has added 255 receiving yards on 42 catches.

6 responses to “Mark Ingram pops up on injury report with toe problem

  1. Falcons will miss the playoffs, Carolina and Seattle will take the wild cards as should be the wild card teams.

    By the way, saints have another rookie RB that the world hasn’t been introduced to yet…. Stay Tuned.

  2. No big deal – we’ll just have 3rd-string QB Taysom Hill go in and run the ball. If he’s not too busy disrupting punts on special teams, that is.

  3. Ingram has been a workhorse beast for this team for the past few seasons and he’s only gotten better each season.
    As much as I like what Kamara has done thus far, I want Ingram on my fantasy team as he is the only Saints back that has end of season experience that can only be obtained by playing.
    For Fantasy I believe Ingram will be gold as he has been and this week is no exception.
    Not only will he play, but he will dominate.

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