The Falcons will be without their No. 2 receiver on Sunday as Mohamed Sanu has been ruled out with a groin injury.
Pro Bowl wide receiver Julio Jones is listed as questionable to play, and head coach Dan Quinn said it will be a game-time decision.
"Sunday, we'll go out and let him run some full speed routes, go through the process," Quinn said on Friday. "It's not the catching, we just want to see the full speed routes. That's what the plan is – his intent is right to go and play. We are anticipating that, but we'll see where it goes on Sunday morning."
Quinn provided some positive news on the Jake Matthews front, saying the starting left tackle looked good in the team's final practice before heading to Los Angeles.
"Jake practiced today and looked really good," Quinn said. "We're very hopeful for him."
Safety Robenson Therezie is also listed as questionable with an ankle injury.