The Falcons are riding a two-game winning streak and will look to continue it this Sunday as they take on the Browns in their first home game in several weeks. Today's injury report bore good news for Atlanta, as some key players returned to practice today.
Julio Jones, Steven Jackson and Patrick DiMarco were all listed on this week's injury report due to illness. All three players returned to practice fully on Friday and are listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Browns.
Jonathan Asamoah (shoulder), Jonathan Babineaux (knee), Harry Douglas (foot) and Devin Hester (wrist) were all on this week's injury report, and all practiced fully on Friday and are listed as probable for Sunday's game.
Per Vaughn McClure of ESPN, receiver Drew Davis, who was activated to the active roster by the Falcons today, has been added to the injury report and is listed as probable for Sunday.
Both Robert Alford and Jonathan Scott have been confirmed as out for Sunday's game. Alford broke his wrist last week against the Panthers and is expected to miss 2-4 weeks. Scott is dealing with a hamstring injury.
The Browns will be missing tight end Jordan Cameron, who was held out of practice all week with a lingering concussion. Also ruled out is defensive back Phil Taylor, who has a knee injury. Wide receiver Rodney Smith is questionable with a hamstring injury. Jim Leonhard, Barkevious Mingo, Ahtyba Rubin, Joe Thomas, and K'Waun Williams are all listed as probable for Sunday's game.