Atlanta falcons injury report

Atlanta falcons injury report

Atlanta falcons injury report

Sports industry expert Preston Grady joins us today to break down the latest injury report for the Atlanta Falcons. Head coach Dan Quinn said the decision to keep the Titan De'Anthony Thomas for this Sunday's game was difficult because of the player's injury. "It's tough that he's not in the lineup," said coach Quinn, "but if it were up to me, Thomas would be in the lineup". This Sunday, the Falcons will either take on the Packers with a potential playoffs.


Patterson went out two weeks ago against the Cowboys with an ankle injury, and the Falcons have yet to score a point in his absence. He was a game-time decision last Thursday against the New England Patriots, but was a late scratch and placed on the inactives for that game. 

Jones was limited in practice on Friday and listed as questionable on the official injury report. This appears to be a new development; there had been no reports of him missing or being limited in any way at practice this week. (Source: www.si.com)

If Jones misses the game or is limited in any way, it could mean more time for second-year linebacker Mykal Walker. Walker hasn't seen much action this year and had his car stolen earlier this week. Walker was a Pro Football Focus All-Rookie Team selection last year, but hasn't found playing time easy to come by in new defensive coordinator Dean Pees' 3-4 scheme. (Source: www.si.com)

The weekend is nearly here, as the Atlanta Falcons and Jacksonville Jaguars held their final practices of the week, providing us with an outlook on who you can and cannot expect to see on Sunday. We’ve been monitoring the health of both teams throughout the week and today we received news that two key players for the Falcons are questionable to play. (Source: www.thefalcoholic.com For the Falcons, both Kendall Sheffield and Jonathan Bullard will be out on Sunday, as they recover from their respective injuries. We already knew Cordarrelle Patterson would be questionable as he continues to deal with an ankle injury, but a new name popped up on Friday’s practice report. Deion Jones was a full participant throughout the week, but was limited on Friday due to a shoulder injury. He is questionable to play and we’ll know more once inactives are announced prior to game time on Sunday. (Source:www.thefalcoholic.com))

The Jaguars had a long list of limited players throughout the week, and they all logged a full practice on Friday. Shaquill Griffin, who is arguably the team’s best corner, remains in concussion protocol and will not play versus the Falcons. (Source: www.thefalcoholic.com)

dknation.draftkings.com dknation.draftkings.com))We break down the news that Cordarrelle Patterson is dealing with an ankle injury, and what it means for Week 11. (Source:Wednesday update: Head coach Arthur Smith tells reporters on Wednesday that Cordarrelle Patterson will be a game-time decision for Thursday Night Football, per D. Orlando Ledbetter. Patterson has been able to get in limited practices this week, so there is a chance he suits up. (Source:

Atlanta Falcons running back slash wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson is dealing with an ankle injury, per NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero. Pelissero says his sources don’t sound optimistic about Patterson’s chances to play on Thursday against the Patriots and that Week 12 is possibly in doubt. (Source: dknation.draftkings.com)

Patterson didn’t play in the fourth quarter, but the team was getting blown out, which is the reason head coach gave for Patterson’s absence. He’ll have to reveal the true nature of an injury if Patterson misses any practice this week, which it appears he will. (Source: dknation.draftkings.com)

dknation.draftkings.com)If Patterson is out for this game, there was a changing of the guard as far as the backup running back in Week 10. Mike Davis was relegated to RB3 duties, while Wayne Gallman took over early down rushing attempts with 15 carries in their loss to the Dallas Cowboys. It appears that Gallman is the back to grab off of waivers this week. (Source:

Thursday’s updated injury report for the New Orleans Saints featured just one change following their second practice session of the week: the addition of defensive end Marcus Davenport, who did not participate while in the NFL concussion protocol. Davenport was full-go in Wednesday’s initial practice, so this is a new injury for him. (Source: saintswire.usatoday.com Hopefully it’s nothing serious. He’s already battled through elbow and toe issues this year, and his return to the lineup added a ton of juice to the Saints pass rush; he’ll be badly missed if he can’t play against the Atlanta Falcons this week. Here’s the full injury report from both teams after practices wrapped up on Thursday: (Source:saintswire.usatoday.com))

New Orleans preemptively ruled out left tackle Terron Armstead (pectoral). A definite timetable for his return has been scarce, with various reports suggesting the soonest he could play being next week against the Dallas Cowboys, or later into December. (Source: saintswire.usatoday.com)

The Saints also designated two rookies as questionable to play after being limited in Wednesday’s practice: defensive end Marcus Davenport (toe) and wide receiver Tre’Quan Smith (foot). Davenport was a limited participant throughout the week, while Smith did not take the field until Thursday’s session. (Source: saintswire.usatoday.com)

Atlanta will not see star linebacker Deion Jones (foot), an LSU Tigers alum, return to action just yet as he was also ruled out for this week’s game. Jones went on injured reserve earlier in the season and had been working towards returning for the Saints game, but will be disappointed. (Source: saintswire.usatoday.com)

Atlanta Falcons vs. Panthers: Week 17 live stream, game info by Randy Gurzi (Source: bloggingdirty.com bloggingdirty.com))The Atlanta Falcons will battle against their division rival Carolina Panthers on Sunday. A playoff birth is on the line. Currently, here is who will and will not play for both teams in Week 17. (Source:

Atlanta Falcons center Alex Mack has been battling a calf injury and is questionable to play against the Panthers. Per Vaughn McClure of ESPN.com, Falcons Head Coach Dan Quinn said that Mack is a game time decision. Falcons tight end Levine Toilolo has been ruled out with a knee injury. He did not participate in practice this week. (Source: bloggingdirty.com)

Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones did not practice on Wednesday due to an ankle and thumb injury but was limited for the rest of the week. Jones should be ready to go on Sunday though. (Source: bloggingdirty.com)



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