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Julio Jones Injury: Falcons' best receiving threat is probable against the Panthers

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It's good news for an offense that needs to be at full strength to have a shot against undefeated Carolina.

Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

There's great news for the Falcons on their final injury report of the week. Wide receiver Julio Jones (knee) was upgraded to full practice on Friday and is listed as probable for Sunday's road game against the Panthers.

Tight end Jacob Tamme (shoulder) was limited in practice on Wednesday and Thursday, but was able to practice fully on Friday. He is listed as probable for Sunday's game.

Safety Ricardo Allen (shin) and safety Kemal Ishmael (shoulder) were both able to practice fully all week. Both are probable for Sunday.

Right guard Chris Chester (shoulder/knee), tight end Tony Moeaki (hamstring) and return specialist Devin Hester (toe) should all be ready to go on Sunday despite being limited in practice on Friday. All are listed as probable for Sunday's game.

The only players who have been ruled out are kicker Matt Bryant (quad) and nose tackle Paul Soliai (calf). Dan Quinn told the media after Friday's practice that rookie defensive tackle Grady Jarrett will get the start in Soliai's place. Quinn has been pleased with Jarrett's development this season, citing his leverage and strength as reasons for his success so far this season.

Your thoughts on the injuries and how they might impact the team against the Panthers?