After practicing in full on Wednesday, Falcons receiver Julio Jones was limited on Thursday with a hamstring injury.
That caused some worry among Falcons fans (not to mention fantasy owners) considering Jones’ huge performance against the Colts and his equally massive role in the Falcons offense.
That worry was unnecessary. Jones was limited again on Friday, but he’s listed as probable for Sunday’s huge game against the Saints. The Falcons are mostly healthy, but will be without tackle Sam Baker once again. Safety William Moore is doubtful with a quad injury.
For the Saints, cornerback Tracy Porter (neck) is probable after his scary injury last week. The team will also get Mark Ingram back; he’s probable. That’s the good news.
Cornerback Patrick Robinson (stomach) is questionable after not practicing all week. Linebacker Jonathan Vilma (knee) is out, while wide receiver Lance Moore and Chris Ivory are both questionable with hamstring injuries.