Saints Injury Report, Week 16: Mark Ingram Not Practicing

The New Orleans Saints have been on a tear in their pursuit of the No. 2 seed and a first-round bye in the NFC playoff picture, but they will meet the game Atlanta Falcons in Week 16. Looking at the Saints' injury report, though, it's hard to see what New Orleans will be without for Monday night.

Jahri Evans and Mark Ingram are the only Saints who have not practiced with the team on either day, and both are nursing injuries that have helped diminish the New Orleans running game. But the only other piece Drew Brees might be missing on offense is receiver Lance Moore, who joined the did not participate section on Friday due to a hamstring injury.

Here's the rest of Friday's edition of the Saints injury report for Week 16:

DID NOT PARTICIPATE: G Jahri Evans (knee), RB Mark Ingram (toe), WR Lance Moore (hamstring).

LIMITED PARTICIPATION: LB Jonathan Casillas (knee), DT Sedrick Ellis (hamstring), DT Aubrayo Franklin (ankle), LB Ramon Humber (knee), LB Jonathan Vilma (knee).

FULL PARTICIPATION: none.

For more on the Falcons, visit The Falcoholic; for more on the Saints, head to Canal Street Chronicles.

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