There's been some progress with Atlanta's key injured players over the course of the week. Per ESPN's Vaughn McClure, star receiver Julio Jones returned to practice today. Head coach Mike Smith informed the media following today's practice that Jones will be questionable for Sunday's game.
Also questionable is Steven Jackson, who spent time working with the athletic performance staff during practice, per McClure. There have been multiple reports that Jackson will be unable to play on Sunday, so don't get your hopes up for that. Roddy White, who did not practice Wednesday and was limited Thursday, is listed as probable for Sunday's game.
Jonathan Asamoah, who missed last Sunday's game with a back injury, was limited on Wednesday and Thursday. He is listed as probable for Sunday's game. Getting Asamoah back is huge for an offensive line unit that has benefited tremendously from the stability he provides at right guard.
Harry Douglas was limited on Wednesday and Thursday with the foot injury he's struggled with for most of the season. His status for Sunday is probable. Josh Wilson is also listed as probable for Sunday after being limited early in the week with a hamstring injury suffered against the Saints on Sunday. Matt Bryant is probable after missing Wednesday's practice with illness. Bryant played through the flu last Sunday.