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The final injury report of the week contains plenty of good news.

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The Falcons have plenty of players listed on the final injury report of the week, but the good news is that nearly all of them are listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Colts.

Only safety Robenson Therezie has been ruled out for Sunday's game. Therezie, who is rehabbing a hamstring injury suffered during the loss to the Niners, was upgraded to limited practice today, so at least there's progress.

Cornerback Robert Alford, who was limited in practice on Wednesday and Thursday with a groin injury, practiced fully on Friday. Justin Durant (calf), Leonard Hankerson (hamstring) and William Moore (groin) were also upgraded to full practice status after being limited earlier in the week. All of these players are listed as probable for Sunday's game.

Tyson Jackson (ribs) and Grady Jarrett (elbow) both practiced fully on Thursday and Friday, and both are probable for Sunday's game. Paul Soliai, who has worked his way through the league's concussion protocol, practiced fully all week and is also listed as probable for Sunday.

With the exception of Therezie, this is all great news for a team that needed to come out of the bye week as healthy as possible.

Your thoughts on the injuries and how having these players on the field may impact Sunday's game?