The Falcons have released their depth chart ahead of the upcoming matchup against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Atlanta will be without starting defensive end Takk McKinley as coach Dan Quinn announced he will miss the remainder of the season due to a shoulder injury that occurred in Atlanta's 29-22 win over the 49ers.
With the loss of McKinley, the Falcons will rely more on Allen Bailey, Adrian Clayborn and rookie John Cominsky at defensive end.
The Falcons have also moved Russell Gage to wide receiver No. 2 on the depth chart. Gage will start opposite of Jones on Sunday.
Listed below is a position-by-position breakdown of Atlanta's starting lineup against the Jaguars (5-9) with only the primary backups listed in parentheses.
- Notable moves: Gage moves to starting wide receiver opposite of Jones.
Wide receiver: Julio Jones, (Christian Blake)
Right guard: Chris Lindstrom, (Jamon Brown)
Center: Alex Mack
Left guard: Wes Schweitzer, (James Carpenter)
Left tackle: Jake Matthews, (John Wetzel)
Wide receiver: Russell Gage, (Justin Hardy)
Fullback: Keith Smith
- Notable moves: Adrian Clayborn will replace McKinley at defensive end.
Defensive end: Adrian Clayborn, (Austin Larkin)
Linebacker: Deion Jones,
Cornerback: Isaiah Oliver, (Blidi Wreh-Wilson)
Cornerback: Kendall Sheffield, (Jordan Miller)
Kicker: Younghoe Koo
Punter: Ryan Allen
Kick returner: Kenjon Barner
Punt returner: Kenjon Barner
Long snapper: Josh Harris
Holder: Josh Harris