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Falcons injury report: Everyone participates in Friday’s practice

The Falcons health report for Friday, Sept. 10

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We’re only two days until the Atlanta Falcons host the Philadelphia Eagles, and we continue to monitor the daily practice report. On Thursday, linebacker Brandon Copeland remained limited in practice with a hamstring injury. Additionally, defensive tackle Grady Jarrett was absent from practice with a personal matter.

You can expect to see the practice reports here every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, except for when the Falcons play on Thursday night or have a Bye Week.


Friday’s official practice report:

FULL PARTICIPATION

  • LB Brandon Copeland (hamstring)

LIMITED PARTICIPATION

  • N/A

NO PARTICIPATION

  • N/A

I don’t recall seeing this at any point of the 2020 regular season, but to kickoff 2021, the Falcons had nobody on their injury report. Fans can expect to have only health scratches on Sunday. Copeland had been limited all week with a hamstring injury, but the fact that he was limited and not absent was a good sign for his availability against the Eagles. Now it appears he’ll be good to go.

Looking at the Eagles injury report, offensive lineman Landon Dickerson and safety Rodney McLeod have been declared out for Sunday’s game after being limited all week with knee injuries. Offensive guard Brandon Brooks, who was also battling a knee injury for much of the week, will play against the Falcons. Linebacker Davion Taylor, who practiced in full on Friday, is designated as questionable for Sunday.

Look for the Falcons and Eagles inactives on Sunday right here at The Falcoholic.