Materi, La. – The New Orleans Saints will be without their two best recipients on Sunday against the Carolina Panthers.
Michael Thomas Rejected this week following a follow-up femoral injury. In addition to his ankle injury. And Emmanuel Sanders Coach Sean Biden told reporters on Friday that he would miss the game after a positive test for the Covit-19 on Thursday.
Sanders trained on Wednesdays and Thursdays. But Baton said he began to experience symptoms of the virus only on Thursday afternoon, so the Saints sent him to their doctors for further testing, which turned out to be positive. He will now be on the Reserve / Govt-19 list.
After training on Friday, the team tested about 20 people near Baton Rouge, Sanders, all of whom tested negative. However, Baden said the reserve was a cornerback Ken Crawley Will be added to the Reserve / COVID-19 list as a precaution due to their close contact.
Baden said Sanders “got it at home” and “he knows how he got it”, and he did not provide any specific details beyond that.
Sanders is now the second saint to test positive this season after running behind the Reserve Twain Washington Spent time in training camp and at the Reserve / Govt-19 list at the beginning of the season. The Saints also underwent a false-positive test on Saturday night before their 4th week win in Detroit, which required backup tests the night before their game hotel.
“This is part of this year’s agreement. We focus on distractions and things you can control,” Payton said. “It’s 2020 now.”
Baton declined to give any details about Thomas’ condition before the team released its updated injury report, except to say that the femur injury was “something he was operating on”. After not training on Thursday and was limited to Wednesday, Thomas was open to the media from the beginning of the practice on Friday.
Sanders, with 11 years of experience signing up with Saints at Free Company, actually began to make a connection with Quarterback Drew Breeze In recent weeks after the slow start of the season. Sanders caught a professional top 12 for 122 yards in the 5th week. By the 6th week the Saints had a bag.
This will be the fifth game in a row that Thomas missed due to a high ankle sprain in Week 1, and the team was benched for disciplinary reasons in Week 5.
It appeared that Thomas was returning from an ankle injury in the 5th week before the incident. And after the 6th week he was definitely expected to return. But a hamstring injury is a new disease that first appeared in Wednesday’s injury report.
New Orleans also placed a backup recipient Penny Fowler On the injured balance with a shoulder injury, i.e. he will not be part of the solution.
The Saints would have relied heavily on running behind Alvin Camara, Tight end Jared Cook And receiving Trey ‘Quan Smith In the game they pass. Other options may include recipients Dionte Harris, Marquez Canal, Austin Carr and Juan Johnson; Running back Latavius Murray; Quarterback / Runner / Receiver Daisy Hill And tight ends Josh Hill And Adam Trotman.