METAIRIE, La. - The injury-riddled New Orleans Saints received some good news on Wednesday for their first injury report of the week, but with that came some not-so-good news ahead of their matchup with the AFC East's New York Jets.
In positive news, running back Alvin Kamara was a full participant on Wednesday's practice — a large step forward in getting him back to the field after missing the last four games with a knee injury. Kamara practice last week in a limited capacity before not playing against the Dallas Cowboys.
Additionally, starting defensive end Marcus Davenport returned to practice after having missed the last two games with a shoulder injury. Davenport was limited in full team drills on Wednesday. Linebacker Kaden Elliss returned to practice Wednesday after missing last week's game with a hamstring injury. He was also a limited participant.
Left tackle Terron Armstead was also a limited participant with his knee injury. Armstead has missed three of the last four games due to injury.
In negative news, right tackle Ryan Ramczyk was a non-participant with his knee injury and rookie linebacker Pete Werner was not present due to an elbow injury.
Additionally, both running back Mark Ingram and defensive end Cameron Jordan were not present after their positive tests for COVID-19. Both currently quarantining away from the team. They both are vaccinated and could return to the team after they return two negative tests.