Chris Ivory, Pierre Thomas both listed on Week 17 injury report, have little fantasy value

Chris Graythen

Mark Ingram is the Saints back to own in fantasy football.

New Orleans Saints running back Chris Ivory and Pierre Thomas both appeared on the team's injury report for Sunday's game against the Carolina Panthers.

Ivory is dealing hamstring injury but is listed as probable after practicing in full on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Thomas, meanwhile, is listed as out with a knee injury. He didn't participate in practice at all this week.

Fantasy Impact: The Saints running back rotation is always a mystery, but Mark Ingram appears to be the lead back right now. With Thomas out and Ivory nursing a hamstring injury, Ingram has been relatively affective over the last few weeks.

Outside of Ingram, no Saints running back is worth considering at this point. The only reason Ingram is worth a shot is because Carolina struggles against the run.

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