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NFL Injury Report:
Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Roddy White and safety William
Moore missed practice for the third consecutive day and are questionable to
play this weekend against the New York Giants, while cornerback Asante Samuel
participated fully in Friday’s session and is probable to suit up, according to
D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Falcons wide receiver Roddy White (right knee) and safety
William Moore (ribs) did not practice again today and both players were listed
as questionable on the team’s official injury report.
White had his right knee wrapped following last weekend’s
contest against the Carolina Panthers and has been hampered by the injury all
week. If he is sidelined this weekend it will mark the first game he’s missed
since the Falcons drafted him in 2005.
Beyond White and Moore, defensive lineman Jonathan Babineaux
(ribs) and wide receiver Harry Douglas (ribs) are also considered questionable
to play. Everyone else on the Falcons injury report is listed as probable to
play this weekend versus New York.
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