Saints reportedly inserting Mark Ingram on reserve/COVID-19 record, standing for Week 14 sport vs. Jets undetermined



The New Orleans Saints could also be with out operating again Mark Ingram this weekend. Based on a report from Jeff Duncan of the Occasions-Picayune, the workforce will place Ingram on the reserve/COVID-19 record. 

Ingram is vaccinated, per the Occasions-Picayune, which suggests he can return to the workforce every time he subsequent registers two detrimental exams not less than 24 hours aside. It isn’t identified at the moment whether or not or not Ingram is experiencing any signs. 

Fellow operating again Alvin Kamara returned to follow on Wednesday and is anticipated to play this Sunday towards the Jets. He has been out since struggling a knee damage throughout the workforce’s Week 9 loss to the division rival Atlanta Falcons. In his absence, Ingram has gotten nearly all of the work at operating again, although Tony Jones Jr., Ty Montgomery, and Adam Prentice have just lately labored into the rotation as nicely. 

If Ingram is certainly positioned on the COVID-19 record and has to overlook Sunday’s sport, it is cheap to anticipate Kamara to deal with nearly all of the work, although the workforce could search to restrict him as a result of he has been out for a number of weeks. The Saints have already got damage points all around the offense, and Ingram’s potential absence as a result of COVID-19 might have an effect on their efficiency in a detrimental method — even towards the Jets.



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