Falcons Vs. Colts Injury Report, Week 9: Julio Jones Probable For Atlanta

The Falcons head to Indianapolis this weekend to take on the winless Colts, and will be making the trip to the Hoosier State with just one major player out, according to Friday's official injury report.

Julio Jones, who had been limited in practice earlier in the week, fully participated on Friday and is listed as probable for the game on Sunday; he's likely to play, according to ESPN's John Clayton. Tight end Tony Gonzalez also fully participated on Friday, and is listed as probable. That means that only tackle Sam Baker is out for the Week 9 match-up.

On Indianapolis' side, the Colts will be without Peyton Manning as usual, and could be without a host of other players. Both running back Joseph Addai and center Jeff Saturday did not participate in practice on Friday, and are among a whopping 12 Colts listed as questionable.

Here's the rest of the Falcons injury report for Week 9:

OUT: Tackle Sam Baker (back).

PROBABLE: Defensive end John Abraham (non-injury-related), tight end Tony Gonzalez (back), wide receiver Julio Jones (hamstring), center Todd McClure (non-injury-related), cornerback Chris Owens (concussion).

For more on the Falcons, head to The Falcoholic; for more on the Colts, visit Stampede Blue.

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