Saints cornerback Keenan Lewis (hip) has been ruled out for Sunday in Indianapolis. Lewis seemingly returned from his early-September surgery too soon, as he barely saw the field in his three appearances. Lewis might eventually have a starting job if he can get actually get healthy.
Saints cornerback Keenan Lewis (hip) is active for Sunday's game against the Cowboys. Coming off a minor hip procedure at the beginning of September, Lewis is returning toward the front end of his timetable. He'll likely get the start, but it's not entirely clear whether he'll replace Brandon Browner or Delvin Breaux.
Saints running back C.J. Spiller, among others, was ruled out of Sunday's game against the Cardinals. Defensive backs Jairus Byrd and Keenan Lewis, linebackers Dannell Ellerbe and Davis Tull have all been ruled out for the matchup.
Saints cornerback Keenan Lewis will miss four-to-six weeks after undergoing hip surgery Tuesday, sources told NFL.com. The injury is reportedly a hip flexor issue. Lewis produced 41 tackles and two interceptions in 16 games last season.
The Saints reworked the contract of cornerback Keenan Lewis, giving him more guaranteed money and giving the team more cap room, reports the New Orleans Times-Picayune. Lewis, who had expressed displeasure with some of the team's offseason moves, got an additional $10.4 million of his contract guaranteed, the report said. The team converted a portion of Lewis' salary to signing bonuses. He signed a five-year, $25.5 million contract in 2013. Lewis, 28, had 41 tackles and two interceptions while playing every game last season.