ATLANTA (CBS46) -- The Falcons As Atlanta Falcons head coach Dan Quinn stares at a possible 0-3 start Sunday, he may be without his number one offensive weapon, wide receiver Julio Jones.
According to NFL.com’s Kevin Patra, Jones will be a game-time decision for the Falcons on Sunday for the game against the Chicago Bears. Jones has missed practice this week and was slowed in a Week 2 collapse in Dallas due to a hamstring injury. He was out of practice on Thursday along with a number of other key starters.
Among the walking wounded for the Falcons were: safety Ricardo Allen (elbow), defensive end Dante Fowler (ankle), tackle Kaleb McGary (knee), tight end Luke Stocker (hip), and defensive end Takk McKinley (groin). Other Falcons who were limited in practice Thursday included tackle Jake Matthew (knee), defensive tackle Marlon Davidson (knee), linebacker Foye Oluokon (hamstring), and defensive end Charles Harris (ankle).
Allen and cornerback Kendall Sheffield have been ruled out for Sunday’s game against the Bears, according to NFL.com. The game against Chicago will be at Mercedes-Benz Stadium and will kickoff just after 1 p.m.