Saints QB Winston leaves practice with foot 'tweak'



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METAIRIE, La. — Saints projected starting quarterback Jameis Winston has a foot injury that coach Dennis Allen is describing as a "tweak." Allen says Winston was rolling out during a passing drill on Monday when he began to feel pain in his foot. Winston did not receive any treatment on the field and remained at practice a period before walking on his own to the trainers room to have his foot evaluated. Winston is New Orleans' projected starter despite tearing ligaments in his left knee in a game against Tampa Bay last Oct. 31. Winston signed a two-year extension worth up to $28 million in March. He has participated regularly in full-team drills since the start of camp on July 27.

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