Panthers Vs. Falcons Injury Report: Julio Jones returns to full practice Friday

The Atlanta Falcons received some good news Friday, as three starters returned to full practice in preparation of their Week 4 matchup against the Carolina Panthers.

Wide receiver Julio Jones (hand), linebacker Stephen Nicholas (thigh) and defensive tackle Jonathan Babineaux (groin) were full participants at practice Friday after being limited in practice the past two days.

Starting offensive tackle Tyson Clabo was also a full participant in practice for the second day in a row on Friday after being limited with a hip injury earlier in the week. All four players have been listed as probable for Sundays game.

Linebacker Mike Petersen (ribs) has been listed as questionable with after being listed as a limited participant in practice for the third day in a row.

Four players misssed their third consecutive day of practice and will be out for Sunday's game against Carolina. They are running backs Antone Smith (hamstring) and Lousaka Polite (hamstring), tight end Michael Palmer (shoulder), and cornerback Chris Owens (head).

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