So what do you need to know? As always, I'm bringing you the
lazy hard-hitting analysis on all things Falcons, so I'll tell you what you should take away from an early week injury report. Yes, I am that much of a journalist.
Here's a breakdown of each player on the report:
T Tyson Clabo: Big Ol' Clabo practiced fully Wednesday, and he'll be good to go against the Cardinals. As one of the more competent linemen against the Steelers, it'll be god to have him healthy and available.
S Erik Coleman: He didn't practice Wednesday, which is at least mildly concerning. Coleman was a huge factor against the run, cheating up amongst our front seven and making several key tackles of Rashard Mendenhall. Missing him against Tim Hightower and Beanie Wells wouldn't be so great. Keep an eye on him for the rest of the week.
WR Michael Jenkins: I don't really expect Jenkins to return this week, especially if he hasn't practiced by tomorrow. Expect the team to work Harry Douglas and Eric Weems into the passing game in a big way.
CB Chris Owens: Thankfully, Chris Owens practiced. I'm growing more fond of the guy by the day. Nobody his size should be able to hit so hard he turns running backs into bobbleheads, but there you go. Gotta love Owens.
CB Dunta Robinson: He was out with scorch marks, but he's back to practice.