Barring any changes, this will be Kamara's second straight DNP as he continues to recover from lingering knee and ankle injuries. He has recorded 373 rushing yards and a touchdown on 86 carries, as well as 33 catches for 276 yards and a TD in his six starts this season.
After sitting out Week 7, Kamara returned to practice this past Wednesday as a limited participant, but this latest update signals the dynamic RB isn't yet ready to return to game action.
There is a bit of optimism surrounding his return, though, as Rapoport noted that the team expects Kamara to be good to go following its Week 9 bye. New Orleans travels to Tampa to take on the Buccaneers on Nov. 17.