Atlanta's offense gets their No. 1 weapon back on the practice field as Julio Jones will practice for the first time in two weeks.
Jones suffered a toe sprain in the Falcons' Week 13 loss to Chiefs and has been unable to practice and play since. The last time Jones faced the Panthers, he dominated Carolina's secondary and set a franchise record with 300 receiving yards.
CB Jalen Collins will also practice after injuring his knee versus the Rams in Week 14. Collins return could be key for the Falcons with the weapons the Panthers' possess at receiver.
Both Collins and Jones will be limited to start the week as the Falcons get ready for a Carolina.
The Falcons will release the first official injury report on Wednesday.