NFL injury report, Week 11: Julio Jones, Sean Weatherspoon questionable for Falcons

Scott Cunningham

Examining the injury report for the 8-1 Atlanta Falcons.

The Atlanta Falcons have been one of the best teams in the NFL so far this season. Like the Cardinals, they began the year with a perfect 4-0 record. Unlike the Cardinals, the Falcons went on to go 4-1 in their next five games, and now the team enters the final month of the season in prime shape to secure a high playoff seed.

When the Cardinals travel to Atlanta in Week 11, they'll be facing a team dealing with some injuries. The Falcons have quite a few key players included in the injury report they released on Friday.

Star wide receiver Julio Jones did not practice all week with a sprained ankle and is listed as questionable. Starting veteran tailback Michael Turner is also questionable for Sunday with a groin injury that has limited in practice. In a bit of good news for Atlanta, tight end Tony Gonzalez is probable after missing time earlier in the week.

On the defensive side of the ball, linebacker Sean Weatherspoon is questionable with an ankle ailment. Defensive end John Abraham is questionable with a back issue, while Jonathan Babineaux is probable.

The full injury report can be found here.

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