METAIRIE, La. — Right tackle Zach Strief is officially listed as questionable for New Orleans’ game on Sunday at New England, good news for a offensive line that has thus far remained the same through five games.
Strief (left ankle) didn’t practice Wednesday or Thursday, but was limited Friday afternoon. Bryce Harris would be the team’s first option should Strief not play.
Defensive lineman Tyrunn Walker (knee) and safety Roman Harper (knee) were ruled out after missing practice all week.
Receiver Lance Moore (hand), meanwhile, hasn’t practiced all week but was listed as questionable.
Running back Mark Ingram (toe), safety Malcolm Jenkins (neck), cornerback Keenan Lewis (right knee), linebacker Ramon Humber (calf) and nose tackle Brodrick Bunkley (right calf) are questionable and were limited Friday.
Guard Tim Lelito (calf), linebacker Martez Wilson (ankle), defensive end Glenn Foster (ankle), safety Isa Abdul-Quddus (ankle), cornerback Chris Carr (back) and defensive end Tom Johnson (hamstring) were all full and are probable.
For New England, tight end Rob Gronkowski (forearm/back) and receiver Danny Amendola (groin) were limited and are questionable.
Running back Leon Washington (ankle) and defensive lineman Tommy Kelly (knee) are both out.
Defensive back Tavon Wilson (hamstring), cornerback Ryan Wendell (concussion), running back Steven Ridley (knee), receiver Matthew Slater (wrist) and running back Brandon Bolden (knee) were limited and are questionable.
Linebackers Jerod Mayo (ankle) and Don’ta Hightower (knee) were full and probable, as were defensive lineman Rob Ninkovish (groin) and receiver Aaron Dobson (neck).