NFL injury report: 4 Falcons players questionable for second round

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A number of Atlanta Falcons players, including Dunta Robinson and John Abraham, are questionable for the team's second round playoff game.

In the Atlanta Falcons' season finale against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, two starters fell to the injury bug in the Falcons' 22-17 loss. Cornerback Dunta Robinson left the game in the first quarter with an apparent head injury. The Falcons have not yet called it a concussion, but his status for the team's second round playoff game remains questionable.

Also injured in Sunday's game was defensive end John Abraham who left in the fourth quarter with an ankle injury. He had to be helped off the field and has an MRI scheduled on the ankle today. His status for the second round game is also questionable.

Two other players that missed Sunday's game are also questionable for the second round game. Cornerback Christopher Owens missed practice for the entire week leading up to Sunday's game with a hamstring injury. Safety William Moore, who has been inactive for the last four games with a hamstring injury as well, is also questionable.

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