NFL inactive list, Week 10: Falcons vs. Saints

Jeremy Brevard-US PRESSWIRE

Darren Sproles will miss his second consecutive game with a hand injury.

The New Orleans Saints will be without running back Darren Sproles for the second consecutive week as he recovers from a hand injury.

Sproles carried the ball four times against Denver on Oct. 28 and missed the team's 28-13 win over Philadelphia last week. Sproles has 26 carries for 177 yards, 39 receptions for 323 yards and four touchdowns in seven games this season.

The Saints will also be without Courtney Roby (shoulder), Junior Galette (ankle) and Zach Strief (groin).

The Atlanta Falcons will attempt to improve to 9-0 on the season but will be without Charles Mitchell (calf) and Sean Weatherspoon (ankle) on Sunday.

The complete inactive lists for both teams are below:

Atlanta Falcons
QB Dominique Davis
WR Kevin Cone
S Charles Mitchell (calf)
LB Sean Weatherspoon (ankle)
OG Phillipkeith Manley
OT Lamar Holmes
DT Travian Robertson

New Orleans Saints
RB Darren Sproles (hand)
WR Courtney Roby (shoulder)
DE Junior Galette (ankle)
T Zach Strief (groin)
LB Scott Shanle
CB Elbert Mack
DT Tyrunn Walker

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