Michael Thomas, Tyrann Mathieu both questionable on final Saints injury report vs. Falcons

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There we go: the New Orleans Saints and Atlanta Falcons published their final injury report ahead of Week 1’s much-anticipated rivalry game. But there is still some uncertainty surrounding multiple players dealing with injuries. Let’s break it down.

From Atlanta: the big story surrounds first-round wide receiver Drake London (knee), who will work out in front of trainers and coaches on Saturday to determine whether or not he can go on Sunday. He’s listed as questionable.

As for New Orleans: wide receiver Michael Thomas (hamstring), linebacker Pete Werner (groin), center Erik McCoy (calf), and safety J.T. Gray (hamstring) were all limited on Wednesday and Thursday, with McCoy and Werner upgraded to full participation on Friday. Thomas is officially questionable to play, as is safety Tyrann Mathieu (illness), who was a surprise absence. Here’s the full report:

Atlanta Falcons injury report

Player

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Game Status

TE Parker Hesse (NIR-personal)

DNP

Full

Full

CB Darren Hall (quadricep)

Limited

Limited

Limited

Questionable

WR Drake London (knee)

Limited

Limited

Limited

Questionable

 

New Orleans Saints injury report

Player

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Game Status

WR Tre’Quan Smith (groin)

DNP

DNP

DNP

Out

RB Dwayne Washington (hamstring)

DNP

DNP

DNP

Out

CB Paulson Adebo (ankle)

DNP

DNP

DNP

Out

T Landon Young (hip)

DNP

DNP

Limited

Questionable

T Tanner Owen (NIR-personal)

DNP

N/A (released)

N/A (released)

N/A (released)

WR Michael Thomas (hamstring)

Limited

Limited

Limited

Questionable

C Erik McCoy (calf)

Limited

Limited

Full

LB Pete Werner (groin)

Limited

Limited

Full

S J.T. Gray (hamstring)

Limited

Limited

Limited

Questionable

S Tyrann Mathieu (illness)

DNP

Questionable

 

Story originally appeared on Saints Wire