Raiders vs. Falcons injury report: Stephen Nicholas held out of practice

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The Wednesday injury report for the Atlanta Falcons showed Stephen Nicholas, Michael Palmer and Antone Smith as not having practiced, while several starters were limited in their repetitions.

The Atlanta Falcons' injury report shows linebacker Stephen Nicholas, tight end Michael Palmer and running back Antone Smith as all having been held out of practice on Wednesday. Of the three, only Nicholas is listed first on the team's depth chart. Other starters listed on the injury report include Jonathan Babineaux, Jerry Peria, William Moore, Dunta Robinson and Todd McClure, all of whom did practice.

The full injury report is below. LP means limited participation, or less than 100% of the normal repetitions, while DNP indicates did not practice.

Jonathan Babineaux - DT - Groin - LP
Kevin Cone - WR - Knee - LP
Drew Davis - WR - Knee - LP
Peria Jerry - DT - Thigh - LP
Todd McClure - C - Pectoral - LP
William Moore - S - Hip - LP
Stephen Nicholas - LB - Ankle - DNP
Michael Palmer - TE - Shoulder - DNP
Garrett Reynolds - OG - Back - LP
Dunta Robinson - CB - Shoulder - LP
Smith, Antone - RB - Hamstring - DNP

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