De'Vondre Campbell and Deion Jones will be full-go on Sunday when the Falcons take on the Seahawks at CenturyLink Field. Paul Worrilow is the only Falcon ruled out.
"The linebackers had a really good week," head coach Dan Quinn said on Friday. "The only guy who won't make it up for the game will be Paul Worrilow. You can tell how hard they worked to get ready to play."
Campbell, who suffered a high ankle sprain in practice ahead of the Falcons' Week 2 matchup with the Raiders, was a full participant in practice for the first time all week.
Jones was listed as limited all week, after missing Atlanta's game against the Broncos with an ankle injury.
"We are excited to have them back in the mix," Quinn said.
Wide receiver Julio Jones was a full participant in practice on Friday after being limited on Thursday. Jones said he is "good to go" and was just feeling some "general soreness" early in the week.
As for the Seahawks, safety Kam Chancellor (groin) and defensive end Frank Clark (hamstring) are both listed as questionable. Seattle head coach Pete Carroll said Chancellor is experiencing some "groin aggravation" and will be a game-day decision.