Saints Vs. Packers Injury Report: Lance Moore Out; Jermichael Finley Probable

The New Orleans Saints and Green Bay Packers will kick off the NFL's Week 1 schedule on Thursday Night Football in a matchup that features the last two Super Bowl champions. The Packers are four point favorites at home and injuries shouldn't be a problem as both teams enter the game fairly healthy.

The Saints will be without K Garrett Hartley and WR Lance Moore. The loss of Moore is notable and, for your fantasy football players, could mean a bigger game for TE Jimmy Graham. The Packers have a couple of notable players listed as probable including TE Jermichael Finley and T Chad Clifton. Both players are expected to play.

Here's the entire injury report for Thursday night's game:

Saints:

Out: K Garrett Harley (hip), WR Lance Moore (groin)

Questionable: WR Adrian Arrington (knee)

DT Tom Johnson (calf)

Packers:

Out: CB Davon House (ankle), LB Vic So'oto (back), LB Frank Zombo (shoulder)

Questionable: DE Mike Neal (knee)

Probable: T Chad Clifton (knee), TE Ryan Taylor (hip), TE Jermichael Finley (ankle)

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