Falcons injury report: Updating Cordarrelle Patterson, Jaylinn Hawkins status to start Jaguars practice week

Matt Ryan not listed on participation report after toe issue in Patriots game

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FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. -- Cordarrelle Patterson remains limited in Falcons practice with an ankle injury, per a participation report released by the team on Wednesday afternoon.

The versatile offensive playmaker left a Week 10 loss to Dallas early and didn't play in a Thursday night game against New England after that. The Falcons missed his presence as a rusher, receiver and kickoff return man, proving his immense value to this offense.

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The Falcons are taking it day-by-day with Patterson, hoping he can suit up, play on Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars and help end a two-game losing streak.

Safety Jaylinn Hawkins was a full participant on Wednesday, a positive sign that he'll return after missing the Patriots game.

Quarterback Matt Ryan was not even listed on the participation report after dealing with a toe issue against New England, a sign that the ailment isn't lingering to the point of being limiting after a weekend off. That's no surprise, considering Ryan said his toe was fine during a Wednesday press conference.

Defensive lineman Jonathan Bullard (ankle) and cornerback Kendall Sheffield (hamstring) missed Wednesday's practice completely.

Check out the full injury report, right here: https://www.atlantafalcons.com/team/injury-report/

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