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Tre’Quan Smith removed from final injury report of Week 4 vs. Vikings

We break down the news that Tre’Quan Smith is recovering from a concussion. What it means for Week 4 and beyond.

Jeremy Chinn #21 and CJ Henderson #24 of the Carolina Panthers attempt to tackle Tre’Quan Smith #10 of the New Orleans Saints during their game at Bank of America Stadium on September 25, 2022 in Charlotte, North Carolina. Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images

Friday update: Smith has been removed from the Saints final injury report and is cleared out of the concussion protocol. He will be active and play on Sunday in London vs. the Vikings.

Thursday update: It appears that Tre’Quan Smith has likely passed through concussion protocol, as he was listed as getting in a full practice on Thursday. He should be okay to play.

The New Orleans Saints wide receiver Tre’Quan Smith suffered a concussion in Week 3, but was able to get in a limited practice on Wednesday. That’s a good sign that he will be cleared of his concussion in time for their matchup in London with the Vikings.

Smith picked up the slack before his own injury last week with Michael Thomas and Jarvis Landry dealing with their own injuries, as he caught 4-of-5 targets for 105 yards. The preliminary reports have both Thomas and Landry returning, but both were unable to practice on Wednesday, so we’ll see how it goes moving forward.

Fantasy football implications

Smith will likely need Thomas to miss the game to have much fantasy relevancy, so let’s keep an eye on those practice reports this week.