Snead did not have a catch in Sunday's loss at Washington. Snead, who was dealing with a sore knee, missed most of the week's practices leading up to Sunday, and he played only 38 of the Saints' 57 offensive snaps (67 percent), his fewest since Week 1, according to the . As such, it is not unreasonable to infer that Snead was limited by his injury, which might explain his Week 10 dud. Although Brandin Cooks continues to re-emerge as Drew Brees' top target, Snead's role as the Saints' No. 2 receiver is secure. Snead will have a chance to heal up during the Saints' Week 11 bye, and a favorable matchup against Houston awaits in Week 12.
Snead (knee) is active for Sunday's game at Washington. This is a good matchup for Drew Brees and company, and Snead's sore knee is not expected to be a problem for him.
Snead (knee) is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Redskins. According to ESPN's Mike Triplett, Snead said he missed Thursday's practice because of some soreness, but he also said he isn't in danger of missing Sunday's game. Though limited at Friday's practice, Snead should be ready for his usual role against a leaky Washington secondary.
Snead (knee) returned to practice Friday, Mike Triplett of ESPN.com reports. It remains to be seen if Snead was a full participant or limited, but either way, a Friday return bodes well for his Sunday availability. His official status should be available shortly.
Snead (knee) didn't take part in Thursday's practice, the Saints' official site reports. Snead received a downgrade in activity level, which may have been a precautionary measure or something more sinister. In any case, owners are now advised to check Friday's injury report to get a sense of his potential to play Sunday in Washington.
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