Keenan Lewis DB NO 26 Days

Lewis (knee) is listed as active for Monday's game against the Ravens, the Saints' official site reports.

Good news for the Saints' cornerback depth, but with 25 tackles and a pick in 10 games to date, Lewis' IDP utility has been modest.

Keenan Lewis DB NO 28 Days

Lewis (knee) is probable for Monday's game.

He was a limited participant in Saturday's practice, but should be able to take the field Monday night against the Ravens.

Keenan Lewis DB NO 29 Days

Lewis (knee) was limited in Friday's practice.

Lewis played through the injury a week ago, and the fact that he practiced prior to Saturday's final practice seems to imply he has a good chance to play against Baltimore on Monday.

Keenan Lewis DB NO 1 Month

Lewis (knee) is listed as active Sunday against the Bengals, the Saints' official site reports.

Lewis will tough out a knee injury suffered one week prior, but with an unknown snap count on tap, IDP owners should probably turn elsewhere for DB production.

Keenan Lewis DB NO 1 Month

Lewis (knee) is questionable for Sunday's game against Cincinnati.

Lewis was a limited practice participant Friday, but he sat out the two days prior to that, making him highly questionable for Sunday's game. It'd be good news for A.J. Green and Mohamed Sanu if Lewis sits out.

Keenan Lewis DB NO 1 Month

Lewis said after Sunday's game against the 49ers that he will have an MRI on Monday to determine the extent of his left knee/quad injury, the New Orleans' Times-Picayune's Jeff Duncan reports.

The injury that forced him out of Sunday's game temporarily was originally called a quad injury, but Duncan's report indicates that Lewis will have an MRI on his knee. We should know more after the exam, including whether he might be able to play next Sunday against the Bengals.

Keenan Lewis DB NO 1 Month

Lewis (quad) returned to Sunday's game against the 49ers in the third quarter.

Well, so much for the Saints officially declaring him out a few minutes earlier. A report by FOX Sports sideline reporter Pam Oliver indicated that Lewis can barely run, and he was limping noticeably after returning to the game, but he's back in there ... at least for now.

Keenan Lewis DB NO 1 Month

Lewis left Sunday's game against the 49ers with a quad injury and will not return.

This isn't a major loss for fantasy owners, but it would be a significant blow for the Saints if Lewis has to miss any additional time, as he has been one of their most valuable defenders this season. Rookie Brian Dixon will take his place.

Keenan Lewis DB NO 2 Months

Lewis made three tackles (all solo) and notched his first interception of the season in Sunday's loss to the Lions.

Lewis was able to take advantage of an errant Matt Stafford throw, though it required Lewis to actually peel off his coverage, as the pass was intended for a Lion that he was not defending. Still, as one of the more respected cornerbacks in the game, Lewis' skills as a cover corner work against him for fantasy performances, as opposing quarterbacks continue to attack the other side of the field, where the Saints have deployed a revolving door at the cornerback spot.

Keenan Lewis DB NO 3 Months

Lewis (knee) is active for Sunday's Week 2 tilt with the Browns, ESPN.com's Mike Triplett reports.

The Saints will have their secondary fully intact Sunday, but even if Lewis is at less than optimal health, it's unlikely the Browns' weak passing offense exposes him too much. He'll look to bottle up the receiving game once again after he posted three tackles and a pass defensed a week earlier.