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John Abraham set to go for Falcons

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The Falcons listed defensive end John Abraham as questionable for their Divisional Round game with the Seahawks and the answer wound up being a positive one.

Abraham is in the lineup and expected to start for the Falcons after spraining his ankle in the final week of the regular season. Abraham was limited in practice this week, but every indication was that he would be on the field Sunday. Safety William Moore, who missed several games with a hamstring injury, will join Abraham on defense.

Cornerback Christopher Owens was ruled out on Friday. Quarterback Dominique Davis, wide receiver Tim Toone, guard Phillipkeith Manley, guard Harland Gunn, tackle Lamar Holmes and defensive end Lawrence Sidbury round out the list of inactive Falcons.

The Seahawks have no surprises on their inactive list. Cornerback Byron Maxwell, defensive back DeShawn Shead, linebacker Allen Bradford, defensive tackle Jaye Howard, guard Rishaw Johnson, tackle Mike Person and wide receiver Deon Butler will not be suiting up. Defensive end Patrick Chukwurah, who signed this week after being out of the NFL since 2008, is active.

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2 Responses to “John Abraham set to go for Falcons”
  1. gudy2shoes says: Jan 13, 2013 12:34 PM

    Go Hawks

  2. JMil_ATL says: Jan 13, 2013 12:57 PM

    Go Falcons!!!!!!

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