Atlanta Falcons: Paul Worrilow out vs. Jaguars
The Atlanta Falcons will be without linebacker Paul Worrilow this week against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Injuries have been beginning to pile up for the Atlanta Falcons, and they will be without linebacker Paul Worrilow against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Worrilow has a knee injury.
He didn’t practice on Wednesday, but was able to participate in a limited fashion on Thursday. It seems he suffered a setback, and was ruled out of Sunday’s game on Friday after sitting out of practice again.
There is some good news, however. Guard Chris Chester, receiver Devin Hester, nose tackle Paul Soliai, tight end Jacob Tamme and cornerback Desmond Trufant are all probable. Wideout Julio Jones wasn’t listed on the injury report this week, either.
For the Jaguars: RB T.J. Yeldon and DE Ryan Davis are doubtful to play Sunday. FS Sergio Brown, CB Dwayne Gratz, TE Nic Jacobs, WR Bryan Walters are questionable. DE Andre Branch, DE Chris Clemons, WR Allen Hurns, DT Roy Miller, OT Jermey Parnell, LB Paul Posluszny are all probable.
The Jaguars will likely be without Yeldon, which is a big loss for them. Yeldon has performed well in the backfield as a rookie, and he is a dangerous threat on the ground and as a receiving threat. The biggest threats for Jacksonville are wide receivers Allen Robinson and Allen Hurns. Hurns is expected to play despite dealing with a thigh injury.
Stay tuned to Blogging Dirty for full injury updates.