We learned yesterday that Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones could be done for the remainder of the season after suffering a foot injury during Monday's loss to the New York Jets. It now looks like the Falcons could also be without their other Pro Bowl wide out, Roddy White. Jason Cole of the National Football Post believes White is "50-50, at best" to suit up for the Falcons after their bye as a result of the hamstring injury he suffered against the Jets.It's early, but ATL WR Roddy White is probably 50-50, at best, for next game Oct. 20 vs Tampa. Hamstring pull.— Jason Cole (@JasonPhilCole) October 8, 2013 Entering Monday's game, White was hampered by a high ankle sprain that significantly limited him through the start of the regular season. He was clearly not himself, as he was largely ineffective in the passing game.During the Jets' game, White had to exit late with a leg injury. It was later reported that he had suffering a hamstring injury, and even with the upcoming bye there's a chance he could be sidelined when the Falcons take the field again in Week 7.With White ailing through the start of the season, Jones had been quarterback Matt Ryan's favorite target. Now that he's done indefinitely, White will be counted on even more. Before he can help the struggling Falcons he'll have to get healthy.Follow @TheNFLInjuryRpt Looking for fantasy football advice?