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The good news is that the New Orleans Saints will have Alvin Kamara back in Week 4.
But as he rejoins the team, quarterback Derek Carr will be out indefinitely due to a shoulder injury he sustained during their Week 3 game against the Green Bay Packers.
Jameis Winston took Carr’s spot in that game but failed to lead the Saints to a 3-0 start.
However, the starting quarterback is the least of Kamara’s concerns because he believes in the capabilities of both Carr and Winston.
“Kamara said no matter who is out there Sunday, he has faith that they’ll get it done. Also said he’s been texting back and forth with Carr and Winston about what he’s hoping to bring to help open up the offense.” Bally Sports and ESPN reporter Erin Summers tweeted.
Kamara said no matter who is out there Sunday, he has faith that they’ll get it done.
Also said he’s been texting back and forth with Carr and Winston about what he’s hoping to bring to help open up the offense. #Saints
— Erin Summers (@ErinESummers) September 27, 2023
Communicating with both quarterbacks has kept him in the thick of things while serving his three-game suspension.
Kamara remains a big play threat and his versatility makes him a viable option in the passing or the running game.
Last season, Kamara had 1,387 all-purpose yards (898 rushing) and nine touchdowns.
Getting back to that form that we are used to seeing from him will help the Saints be a legitimate contender in the NFC.
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