Alonso (thigh) is ruled out for Monday's game against the Colts, Andrew Walker of the Colts' official site reports. Alonso wasn't able to participate in practice this week, so he'll miss a second straight game. Craig Robertson started at middle linebacker in Alonso's place last week, registering eight tackles and an interception, and he figures to resume that role against the Colts.
Alonso (thigh) missed Thursday's practice, Mike Triplett of ESPN.com reports. Alonso missed all of the practices prior to Week 14, and the trend continued Thursday. The Saints have two practices remaining this week, but if the 29-year-old doesn't get out there in at least a limited fashion, A.J. Klein (knee) or Craig Robertson would likely see increased snaps Monday night.
Alonso (thigh) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against San Francisco, Mike Triplett of ESPN.com reports. Alonso picked up the thigh injury during the win over the Falcons on Thanksgiving Day and was unable to practice this week. Craig Robertson and Stephone Anthony should see increased work Sunday with A.J. Klein (knee) also sidelined.
Alonso (thigh) did not participate in practice Thursday. Alonso has failed to participate in either of the team's practices this week, seemingly putting his status in jeopardy for the Week 14 matchup against the 49ers. If he is unable to go, the recently signed Manti Te'o is likely to draw primary duties at middle linebacker.
Alonso (thigh) didn't practice Wednesday, Katherine Terrell of The Athletic reports. It was just a walkthrough, but it's discouraging that Alonso was unable to participate. To prepare for the possibility Alonso can't play Sunday against the 49ers, the Saints signed Manti Te'o. Thursday and Friday's sessions will provide more information about Alonso's game-time status.