Falcons Injury Report, Week 17: Atlanta Healthy Before Buccaneers, Playoffs

The Atlanta Falcons are hoping for the No. 5 seed in the NFC playoffs, and will need to win in Week 17 to claim that standing. (They will also be hoping for a Detroit Lions loss.) Fortunately, the Falcons are quite healthy heading into their match-up with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

No Falcons are listed as out for Sunday's game, and just two, little-used Kerry Meier and linebacker Stephen Nicholas, are listed as doubtful. Defensive end Ray Edwards and Brent Grimes are both listed as questionable with knee injuries.

Here's the rest of the Falcons injury report for Week 17:

OUT: none.

DOUBTFUL: WR Kerry Meier (groin), LB Stephen Nicholas (toe).

QUESTIONABLE: DE Ray Edwards (knee), CB Brent Grimes (knee).

PROBABLE: DE John Abraham (not injury-related), TE Tony Gonzalez (not injury-related), WR Julio Jones (ankle), LB Curtis Lofton (ankle), C Todd McClure (not injury-related), CB Christopher Owens (hand), T Will Svitek (groin), WR Harry Douglas (groin), TE Reggie Kelly (back), TE Michael Palmer (knee), RB Michael Turner (groin).

For more on the Falcons, head to The Falcoholic; for more on the Buccaneers, visit Bucs Nation.

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