Jones, Person Unable to Practice on Monday

Following a game where he played 73 of 80 offensive snaps, Julio Jones did not participate in the team's walk-through due to a lingering toe/hamstring injury.

Jones was listed as questionable prior to Atlanta's most recent game against the Redskins. The star wide receiver battled through the soreness and finished the day with five catches for 67 yards.  

Mike Person left Sunday's game in the third quarter with an ankle injury and did not return. Person was unable to participate in any capacity on Monday and head coach Dan Quinn announced that if Person is not ready to go, James Stone would start at center on Thursday. Gino Gradkowski will also be active for the first time since being claimed off waivers in early September.

LB Justin Durant continues to be sidelined with an elbow injury that he suffered in the Falcons' 48-21 win over the Texans. Durant was out for all of last week's practices and was inactive on Sunday.

WR Leonard Hankerson and RB Devonta Freeman were the two limited participants. Hankerson injured his ribs against Washington and left the field for some time, but returned for the start of the third quarter.

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