Falcons Injury Report, Week 12: Atlanta Looking Hale For Vikings

The Atlanta Falcons are favored to top the Minnesota Vikings at the Georgia Dome this weekend. Part of why the Falcons are favored: they're healthy. Only one player on Atlanta's active roster missed practice on Thursday.

That player, cornerback Kelvin Hayden, has a toe injury, and did not participate in practice on Wednesday or Thursday. The Falcons may be without his services this weekend as a result, but should have Julio Jones, Tony Gonzalez, and Brent Grimes, all of whom did not participate on Wednesday but did on Thursday.

Here's the full Falcons practice and injury report for Week 12.

DID NOT PARTICIPATE: Cornerback Kelvin Hayden (groin).

LIMITED PARTICIPATION: Offensive tackle Sam Baker (back), cornerback Brent Grimes (knee), wide receiver Julio Jones (hamstring), safety William Moore (quadricep).

FULL PARTICIPATION: Defensive end John Abraham (not injury-related), guard Justin Blalock (ankle), tight end Tony Gonzalez (not injury-related), defensive tackle Corey Peters (knee), linebacker Curtis Lofton (ankle).

For more on the Falcons, head to The Falcoholic; for more on the Vikings, visit Daily Norseman.

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