The Falcons' current three-game skid does not appear to have affected their plan as it pertains to Pro Bowl linebacker Deion Jones.
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During his Friday press conference, Falcons coach Dan Quinn said he was hopeful that Jones would be back in the lineup for their upcoming game against the Baltimore Ravens.
"We're hopeful he's going to be back," Quinn said. "I'm hopeful we'll have him in the lineup, I thought he was very close. The fact that I think he is that close, that he's ready to go help us win, he'll be out there. He's confident to get going ... We're hopeful that he can be there now."
Jones has not played in a game for the Falcons since their Week 1 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles and has spent much of the season on injured reserve. Jones was added to Atlanta's active roster ahead of the Falcons' game against the Cowboys, but he has not been active for the past two contests.