Anthony (hamstring) has been ruled out for Sunday's game in Kansas City.
A late-week addition to the injury report, Anthony likely get hurt at practice either Thursday or Friday. It's not much of a loss for the Saints, as last year's second-round selection has only played 55 defensive snaps all year.
Breaux (leg) went through position drills Monday and hopes to return soon, ESPN's Mike Triplett reports.
Breaux broke his leg in Week 1, but he's already back to working out on the field with his teammates, showing just how well his rehab is going. Although it's unclear when Breaux can be expected to return to game action, the much-maligned Saints defense will certainly welcome having its top cornerback available again soon.
Lasco (hamstring) has been ruled out for Sunday's game in Kansas City.
Lasco has only logged 16 offensive snaps all season, but his 100 snaps on special teams are tied for third-most on the Saints. His versatility could eventually lead to more opportunities on offense, as he figures to stick around on the roster.
The Saints released Brown (calf) with an injury settlement Thursday, removing him from injured reserve, the New Orleans Times-Picayune reports.
Brown joined the Saints in May, adding a veteran presence to a receiving corps lacking in experience. However, he failed his pre-training camp physical due to a strained calf, which will bring his brief tenure in New Orleans to a close. The severity of the injury will likely determine when he receives a chance with another organization.
Dorsey (knee) is inactive for Sunday's matchup against the Buccaneers.
Dorsey has been hindered by a knee injury since the preseason that has caused him to miss Week 5 and now Week 7. With Dorsey out, look for starting nose tackle Mike Purcell to see even more action than usual.
Hyde (shoulder) is inactive for Sunday's Week 7 tilt versus the Bucs, the team's official site reports.
As expected, the bell-cow back will take a set with his shoulder injury, while a combination of Mike Davis, Shaun Draughn and DuJuan Harris set to handle the backfield workload against a tough Bucs run defense.
Smelter (hamstring) was added to the 49ers' practice squad, Matt Maiocco of CSN Bay Area reports.
Smelter was cut by the 49ers prior to the season after suffering a hamstring injury during training camp. Prior to the injury, the 2015 fourth-round pick had light breakout potential due to his size and athleticism. It is unclear if and when the 49ers will give Smelter a chance on the 53-man roster, or even if his hamstring injury has fully healed. While he is definitely not a player worth picking up right now, there is still potential for a late-season appearance where the team tries to get a better look at their former top receiving prospect on a team devoid of reliable options at that position.