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Saints-49ers Thursday Injury Report

Posted by NewOrleansSaints.com on 01/13/2012 – 1:13 am


Did Not Participate (injury) 

TE John Gilmore (Toe)

WR Lance Moore (Hamstring)

LB Jonathan Vilma (Knee)

Limited Participation (Injury)

LB Jonathan Casillas (Knee)

S Roman Harper (Ankle)

Full Participation (injury)

WR Robert Meachem (Knee)


Did Not Participate (injury)

TE Delanie Walker (Jaw)

Limited Participation (injury)

CB Chris Culliver (Knee)

WR Tedd Ginn (Ankle)

DT Ray McDonald (Hamstring)

WR Kyle Williams (Concussion)

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One Response to “Saints-49ers Thursday Injury Report”

  1. By Ludwig van Peebbles on Jan 13, 2012 | Reply

    Hi it’s me again; since superbowl 2009 when i started watching football americano you became my team; like in the Us here everybody have a soccer team since our childhood; still i don’t know all the rules, the importance of a third or fourtth down; but after watching soccer for so many years there are some in common with your footbal; when a player scores a goal and was alone with nobody to cover him, usualy there are two opposite players covering another one or on the wrong space of the field; like in your last game, when Suh and other went over QB Drees and on the left were two Saints covering who and what ? I think you are more in a constructive way doing offense, many attempts, wich so far resulted; you can try also the speedy move, QB to the receiver and TD, in seconds, like in the last game the Lions did but was not enough to win for sure; I love Vilma, hope he and the others could arrange themselves on a solid defense, atecipating the opponent moves, both global and particular view of the field; i promise you if you pass the niners i will send footage of my soccer team, with an american playing on defense, central;
    sometimes watching it you may get something in benefit or just some fun;

    All the best, and all the luck

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