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  • Jones Questionable to Return With Ankle Injury

    2 years ago

    No, this isn’t a repurpose of last week’s post. Wide receiver Julio Jones is questionable to return to Sunday’s game against the Cardinals with an ankle injury. No word yet on if it’s the same ankle that kept him out of practice all week, but we’ll have an update when available.

  • Big Names Questionable for Sunday

    2 years ago

    Julio Jones’ game outlook is about as clear as smoke. Falcons fans were hoping for some better — or at least clearer — news today, but the Falcons’ Piedmont Healthcare Injury Report provides neither as the team heads into the weekend’s matchup with Arizona. LB Sean Weatherspoon and WR Julio Jones did not practice again [...]

  • Jones, Spoon ‘Close’ To Return

    2 years ago

    Head coach Mike Smith said Julio Jones and Sean Weatherspoon were again held out of practice Thursday, but is pleased with the progress both are making in returning from ankle injuries. Smith said that a decision on whether each will play could come down to the last possible moment, which would be kickoff of Sunday’s [...]

  • Jones, Spoon Held Out Wednesday

    2 years ago

    Linebacker Sean Weatherspoon and wide receiver Julio Jones were held out of practice Wednesday as both are recovering from injuries. Weatherspoon, who has missed the past two games with an ankle injury, made progress Wednesday as he began running with the athletic performance group. “He moved around. We’ll ramp that up (Thursday) and see how [...]

  • Julio Jones Questionable with Leg Injury

    2 years ago

    Wide receiver Julio Jones left Sunday’s game in the first half with a leg injury and is questionable to return. He went into the locker room for part of the half and then returned to the sideline in uniform, but didn’t show many signs of coming back into the game. UPDATE: Jones returned in the [...]

  • Falcons’ Win Over Cowboys To Be Re-Aired

    2 years ago

    The Falcons’ 19-13 win over the Dallas Cowboys in Week 9 will be re-broadcast on NFL Network’s NFL Replay at 9 p.m. ET Wednesday. NFL Replay offers an exclusive look at select games from the previous week in a condensed, 75-minute, high-octane format. With the use of bonus NFL Films and NFL Network footage including [...]

  • Davis Remembers Touchdown, Forgets Ball

    2 years, 1 month ago

    Say, Drew, you’re gonna wanna keep that ball. Drew Davis could hardly believe what had happened to the point where he just stopped thinking. Wide open in the back of the end zone, Davis made a great catch and an even greater effort to get both of his feet in bounds to score the first [...]

  • Julio: ‘I’m Ready to Go’

    2 years, 1 month ago

    Wide receiver Julio Jones returned to full participation at practice, as noted on Wednesday’s Piedmont Healthcare Injury Report, after suffering a hand laceration during a Week 3 matchup against San Diego. Speaking to the media Thursday, Jones said he doesn’t see anything holding him back right now. “Oh, yeah. I’m fine,” Jones said. “I’m ready [...]

  • Palmer Out Sunday, Julio Has Cut Hand

    2 years, 2 months ago

    Head coach Mike Smith announced Monday during his press conference that tight end Michael Palmer has a shoulder injury and will definitely be out for Sunday’s game against the Carolina Panthers. Smith also said Julio Jones suffered a lacerated hand during Sunday’s game against San Diego. Jones caught a 19-yard pass on the first play [...]

  • Mike Johnson Fine with Defensive Attention

    2 years, 2 months ago

    It was a crucial time during Monday night’s game when offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter called his top three wide receivers — Roddy White, Julio Jones and Harry Douglas — off the field. On first-and-goal at the 1-yard line in the second quarter of Monday’s 27-21 win over the Broncos, the Falcons looked primed to run [...]

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