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The New Orleans Saints have scratched receiver Lance Moore and running back Mark Ingram for Monday night's game against Miami, while the Dolphins have deactivated defensive end Cameron Wake.
Moore, who has a hand injury, and Ingram, who has an injured toe, had been listed as questionable.
New Orleans also scratched defensive end Tom Johnson, who has a hamstring injury, and had already ruled out safety Roman Harper with knee injury and nose tackle Brodrick Bunkley with a calf injury. Saints healthy scratches include cornerback Rod sweeting and tackle Terron Armstead.
Wake has a knee injury. Miami also is without cornerback Dimitri Patterson, ruled out Saturday with a groin injury.
Among Dolphins healthy scratches are running back Mike Gillislee, guard Dallas Thomas, guard Danny Watkins and cornerback Will Davis.
BEST OF MAXIM
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Drew Brees passed for 413 yards and four touchdowns, and the
Saints turned a clash of unbeaten teams into a lopsided affair,
beating the Miami Dolphins 38-17 on Monday night.