Saints wide receiver Marques Colston suffered a broken collarbone and will miss a month, according to FOXSports.com's Jay Glazer.
Colston was hurt on the second to last play of Thursday night's game with the Green Bay Packers. Coach Sean Payton said Friday that he won't give an injury update until Wednesday.
The hope for the Saints is that Lance Moore is able to return after missing the Saints game with a groin injury.
Drew Brees had a big night in going 32-of-49 for 419 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions in the 42-34 loss. He also had a passer rating of 112.5, but what lowered the grade a little were three sacks.
Saints wide receivers caught 17 passes for 251 yards and two touchdowns. Devery Henderson had six receptions for 100 yards and a 29-yard score, while Colston (6-81) and Robert Meachem (5-70-1 touchdown) also had productive nights. Brees had six completions of 20 yards or longer.
Saints wide receiver Marques Colston out for a month
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