The Saints have ruled out Khiry Robinson (arm) and Pierre Thomas (rib, shoulder) for Sunday's game against the 49ers in Week 10. David Hawthorne (hand) was one of the only other players on New Orleans' final injury report ruled out for Sunday.
Jonathan Goodwin (knee, ankle) and Mark Ingram (shoulder) were deemed questionable. Kenny Stills (thigh) and Jimmy Graham (shoulder) were labeled probable for the game.
The following players were officially ruled inacitve for the Saints Thursday night against Carolina: Pierre Thomas, Khiry Robinson, Austin Johnson, David Hawthorne, Jonathan Goodwin, Nick Toon and Stanley Jean-Baptiste.
Saints center Jonathan Goodwin (knee/ankle) and linebacker Kyle Knox (ankle) are questionable for Thursday's game at Carolina. Both put in limited practices all week.
The Saints declared running backs Pierre Thomas (rib, shoulder) and Khiry Robinson (forearm), linebacker Kyle Knox (ankle), center Jonathan Goodwin (knee/ankle), wideouts Nick Toon and Joe Morgan, and cornerback Stanley Jean-Baptiste inactive for Sunday night's game against the Packers.
Running backs Pierre Thomas (rib/shoulder) and Khiry Robinson (forearm) are only two of four Saints ruled out for the Sunday game against the Packers. The others are linebacker Kyle Knox (ankle) and center Jonathan Goodwin (knee/ankle).
Listed as questionable probable are defensive back Keenan Lewis (knee/shoulder), linebacker Ramon Humber (ankle), tight end Jimmy Graham (shoulder) and nose tackle Brodrick Bunkley (concussion). The lone probable is defensive back Patrick Robinson (hamstring).
Saints starting center Jonathan Goodwin was carted off the field late in the first half at Detroit with a leg injury. He was ruled out for the remainder of the game.
Several Saints who were probable on the injury report are active for the game at Detroit. The list includes running back Pierre Thomas (illness), center Jonathan Goodwin (knee), cornerback Keenan Lewis (toe) and linebacker Ronald Powell (illness).
Saints tight end Jimmy Graham is the biggest question mark on Friday's injury report for Week 7 at Detroit.
Graham was a limited participant in practice for the second straight day and will likely be a game-time decision for the game. Graham along with defensive back Patrick Robinson (hamstring) were the only two players deemed questionable for Sunday.
Meanwhile, linebacker Ronald Powell (Illness), running back Pierre Thomas (illness), defensive back Keenan Lewis (toe), center Jonathan Goodwin (knee), running back Mark Ingram (hand) and fullback Erik Lorig (ankle) were all ruled probable. Linebackers Ramon Humber (ankle) and Kyle Knox (ankle) were the only two players to be ruled out for the game.
Saints center Jonathan Goodwin said he suffered a knee bruise Sunday against the Bucs, but he believes he will be ready to play following the team's Week 6 bye, according to ESPN. The Saints are back in action Week 7 at Detroit.
The Saints have released their final injury report prior to Week 5.
Jairus Byrd and Erik Lorig have been ruled out for the contest. The team also made eight players probable. Terron Armstead, Marcus Ball, Jonathan Goodwin, David Hawthorne, Curtis Lofton, Patrick Robinson, Benjamin Watson and Corey White should all play.
Three Saints who were on the injury report are active for Sunday night's game in Dallas: tight end Benjamin Watson (groin), linebacker Curtis Lofton (shoulder) and center Jonathan Goodwin (ankle).
The Saints have listed eight players on the final injury report leading up to Week 4 against Dallas. Safety Marcus Ball (hamstring), running back Mark Ingram (hand) and fullback Erik Lorig (ankle) have been officially ruled out for Sunday.
Center Jonathan Goodwin (ankle), linebacker David Hawthorne (ankle, knee), cornerback Patrick Robinson (hamstring) and tight end Benjamin Watson (groin) were all deemed questionable. Meanwhile, inside linebacker Curtis Lofton (shoulder) was the only player on the report labeled probable for Sunday.
Saints center Jonathan Goodwin suffered a high ankle sprain Week 3 against the Vikings, sources told NFL.com. Goodwin is slated to undergo an MRI Monday to determine the severity of the injury and the length of time he will miss.
Saints wide receiver Joe Morgan (knee) is probable for Week 3 against the Vikings, after getting through Friday's practice without issue.
Additionally, offensive lineman Jonathan Goodwin (elbow) is probable, while guard Tim Lelito (back) is questionable for Sunday's game.
The Saints have agreed to a deal with center Jonathan Goodwin, sources told ESPN. Goodwin returns to the Saints on the deal after leaving them via free agency in 2011 for San Francisco. He stabilizes an offensive line that lost center Brian De La Puenta to the Bears in free agency this spring.
The Saints' options at center include re-signing starter Brian De La Puente or adding free agent Jonathan Goodwin, reports ESPN.com. "At least one of them should come at a nice discount at this point" in free agency," the report said.
The 49ers will look to get younger at center, reports CSNBayArea.com. Jonathan Goodwin has been San Fran's center since 2008 and it's unclear if the 35-year-old free agent will be back with the team.
Center Jonathan Goodwin, who turned 35 last month, said he's open to re-signing with the 49ers because he wants to help the team experience a Super Bowl victory, reports the Contra Costa Times. The impending free agent has not missed a game since 2008.
Five 49ers listed on the team's injury are ready to go against Carolina.
Linebacker Dan Skuta was questionable due to a foot injury, but will play. NaVorro Bowman will play through a wrist issue. Defensive tackle Demarcus Dobbs was probable despite knee and shoulder issues. Center Jonathan Goodwin will also play, though he wasn't dealing with an injury. Defensive tackle Justin Smith will play through a shoulder injury.
While cornerback Carlos Rogers (hamstring) is unable to play, the other key 49ers on the injury report are active for the game at Green Bay.
They include linebackers NaVorro Bowman (wrist) and Dan Skuta (foot), cornerbacks Tarell Brown (ribs) and Eric Wright (hamstring), center Jonathan Goodwin (not injury-related), guard Mike Iupati (knee) and defensive tackle Justin Smith (shoulder).