FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. -- Falcons defensive end John Abraham was limited in practice for the third straight day on Friday, still hindered by an ankle injury during the regular-season finale.
Atlanta currently lists Abraham's status as questionable for Sundays NFC Divisional playoff clash with Seattle.
Abraham, who led the Falcons in sacks with 10 and ranked third in the NFL in forced fumbles with six, would not answer any questions about the ankle. But he did express excitement for Sunday's game.
Ready to play just like everybody else, preparing like everybody else, preparing, getting ready to play, he said.
Falcons defensive tackle Jonathan Babineaux doesn't believe Abrahams injury is too serious. Abraham got hurt in the fourth quarter of a 22-17 loss to Tampa Bay, a game in which Atlanta already had clinched the NFCs top seed.
"The arrow was going up for being positive about his injury, hes been working hard to get back and hes ready to play on Sunday," Babineaux said.