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Quinn Not Concerned With Jones' Foot Injury

During a dominant performance against the Seahawks, Julio Jones injured his foot in the final minutes of Saturday's game and did not return.

Jones caught six passes for 67 yards and a touchdown before exiting the game. Falcons head coach Dan Quinn downplayed the severity of the Pro Bowl WR's injury following the game, saying it was an "aggravation" and something Jones could have played through, if need be.

"No concern at the moment," Quinn said of Jones' injury. "It will be sore, but he's certainly someone that's able to battle through it, so I anticipate him being able to rock next week."

The Falcons also missed the services of DE Adrian Clayborn for majority of the game as he was unable to return after injuring his bicep in the first quarter.

An update on both Clayborn and Jones' injuries will be provided when Quinn speaks to the media at the beginning of next week.

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