Falcons injury report: Julio Jones misses practice, does walkthrough

Grant Halverson

Julio Jones did not officially practice on Wednesday, but he did participate in the team walkthrough.

The Atlanta Falcons face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 12, and the latest injury reports out of Atlanta indicate that Peria Jerry, Julio Jones, Charles Mitchell and Asante Samuel did not participate in Wednesday's practice. That comes from the team's official Twitter account, but D. Orlando Ledbetter ‏reports that Jones may not have practices officially but he did go through the walkthrough portions with the team.

Jones entered the team's Week 11 match with the Arizona Cardinals with a right ankle injury, and he left the game in the third quarter after aggravating the injury. Samuel injured his shoulder in the first quarter of the game going after Cardinals' wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald, and Jerry injured his thigh late in the fourth quarter as the Falcons fought off a comeback by Arizona. Mitchell has been nursing a calf injury that has kept him out since prior to the team's loss to the New Orleans Saints.

QB Matt Ryan was listed on the report with a left finger injury, but he was a full participant in practice.

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