The starting cornerbacks for the New Orleans Saints appear to be on their way back to the lineup.
Marshon Lattimore and Ken Crawley, who missed Sunday's loss to the Los Angeles Rams with ankle and abdomen injuries, respectively, were both limited in practice on Wednesday.
Crawley, who is more specifically battling a strained oblique, said he's still working his way back.
"Yeah, it’s working. I still feel a little pain," he said. "But like I said, it’s a work in progress. I’m still getting treatment on it."
But New Orleans has more injury concerns this week than the rest of the week.
Left tackle Terron Armstead, who left Sunday's game, did not practice due to thigh and shoulder injuries. Tight end Coby Fleener (concussion) and safety Marcus Williams (groin), who also left Sunday's game against the Rams, were both also held out of practice.
Right tackle Ryan Ramczyk (elbow), right guard Larry Warford (shoulder), defensive end Trey Hendrickson (elbow) and special-teamer Trey Edmunds (shoulder) were also limited during Wednesday's practice.
Wednesday, the first practice day of the week, is typically the day the Saints use to give players battling nagging injuries some rest. New Orleans will declare each player's availability for Sunday's game against the Panthers on Friday.