With no practice held on Thursday, the team has released an estimated injury report Will McFadden
The Atlanta Falcons did not hold a practice on Thursday after it was decided they would conduct business virtually as a precaution after another member of the organization tested positive for coronavirus.
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Therefore, Thursday's injury report is just an estimation of what the injury report would have been for a typical practice. There's very little movement on the injury report from Wednesday, and receiver Julio Jones was still listed as a non participant.
Here is the Falcons' full injury report from Thursday:
Here is the Vikings' injury report from Thursday:
What it means
It will be interesting to see how the Falcons handle their injury situation with Raheem Morris now in charge, but things probably won't change all too much. Jones did not log any practice time last week, so any time this week would be a good indicator that he's healing. McKinley had to leave the Carolina game after re-aggravating his groin injury, so it's notable he was able to practice in a limited fashion on Wednesday and was listed in the same fashion for Thursday. The Falcons still look to be getting healthier and avoided any major new injuries against the Panthers. Notably, Vikings star running back Dalvin Cook has missed two straight practices after injuring his groin in the team's loss to the Seahawks.