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Mark Ingram pops up on injury report with toe problem

The Mark Ingram–Alvin Kamara one-two punch could be limited this week, due to Ingram’s toe. Ingram popped up on the Monday injury report, in advance of Thursday’s game against the Falcons, with said toe injury. Ingram was listed as being a limited participant in a practice that didn’t actually happen. But the injury is nevertheless [more]
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