Falcons injury report: Jerry, Moore, Samuel, Turner all still questionable

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The Dirty Birds are still uncertain whether they'll be able to use their top running back, as well as multiple key contributors on defense, when they take on the Carolina Panthers this Sunday.

The Atlanta Falcons have listed several key players as questionable ahead of their Week 14 tilt against the woeful Carolina Panthers this Sunday.

Falcons digital content manager Jay Adams tweeted Friday that running back Michael Turner (elbow), safety William Moore (hamstring), cornerback Asante Samuel (shoulder) and defensive tackle Peria Jerry (quadricep) all have been designated as questionable for the team's upcoming game. Jerry and Turner have both been limited participants in practice this week, while Samuel and Moore have both been held off the practice field.

Moore and Turner were both key contributors for Atlanta in the team's Week 13 defeat of their rival New Orleans Saints. Turner had 12 carries for 83 yards and a touchdown, while Moore racked up 11 tackles and picked off two passes in his best game of the season.

Jerry has been out of action since recording two tackles against the Arizona Cardinals in Week 11, while Samuel didn't play against the Saints after he broke up two passes against Tampa Bay in Week 12.


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