Two members of the New Orleans Saints and the New England Patriots have been ruled OUT for Sunday's matchup.

Saints defensive tackle Tyrunn Walker (knee) and safety Roman Harper (knee) are both OUT, while Patriot defensive tackle Tommy Kelly (knee) and running back Leon Washington (ankle) will join them on the inactive list.

Patriots pro bowl tight end Rob Gronkowski is questionable, Ed Werder of espn.com reports that Gronkowski is not expected to play.

Other Pats listed as questionable include the following: running backs Stevan Ridley (knee) and Brandon Bolden (knee), wide receivers Danny Amendola (groin) and Matthew Slater (wrist), defensive tackle Tavon Wilson (hamstring), cornerback Ryan Wendell (concussion).

New Orleans Saints wide receiver Lance Moore (pictured) hasn't played or practiced since week 3, when he suffered a hand injury. However, Moore has been upgraded to questionable for Sunday's mega matchup. Starting right tackle Zach Strief returned to practice Friday on a limited basis, he is questionable as well. If Strief can't go, second-year backup Bryce Harris would start in his place.

Other Saints limited in practice Friday and listed as questionable include the following: safety Malcolm Jenkins (neck), cornerback Keenan Lewis (knee), linebacker Ramon Humber (calf), defensive tackle Broderick Bunkley (calf), running back Mark Ingram (toe).

The Saints (5-0) battle the Patriots (4-1) at Gillette Stadium this Sunday. Kickoff is set for 3:25. Catch all the action, including the two-hour pregame, postgame, and "Point After" call in show, on ESPN1420.