Kamara among 4 Saints ruled out for Thanksgiving game vs. Bills

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The New Orleans Saints have ruled out running back Alvin Kamara for Thursday's Thanksgiving matchup against the Buffalo Bills, the team announced Wednesday.

Defensive ends Marcus Davenport and Tanoh Kpassagnon, as well as offensive tackle Ryan Ramczyk, are also out for Thursday's contest.

Kamara will miss his third consecutive game due to a lingering knee issue. The four-time Pro Bowler didn't practice ahead of the holiday matchup.

Offensive tackle Terron Armstead and tailback Mark Ingram, who's received the majority of carries in Kamara's absence, were listed as questionable. Ingram missed Tuesday's practice and was limited Wednesday due to a knee injury of his own.

If Ingram is unavailable, the Saints could lean on a combination of Tony Jones Jr. and Dwayne Washington. Josh Adams and Malcolm Perry are currently on the team's practice squad.

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