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Taylor Gabriel (foot) wasn't listed on the Falcons' final injury report for Sunday's NFC Championship Game against the Packers.

Gabriel had been limited earlier in the week but was upgraded to a full practice on Friday. He won't have any restrictions in Sunday's conference championship. Gabriel caught all three of his targets for 68 yards and a touchdown when he faced the Packers in Week 8.
Jan 20 - 3:50 PM

Aaron Rodgers admitted to reporters that he felt under the weather on Friday.

"Rest fluids, all that stuff," Rodgers replied when asked what measures he's taken to deal with the illness. "We'll be okay. Jordy (Nelson) had it. Mason (Crosby) had it. I got it. We'll deal with it." Rodgers confirmed a flu or cold has been going around the team. It prevented Nelson from practicing on Thursday. It's unclear whether it'll affect Rodgers' Week 20 performance.
Jan 20 - 3:47 PM

According to ESPN Boston's Mike Reiss, Malcolm Mitchell's (knee) availability is "trending in the right direction" for Sunday's AFC Championship Game against the Steelers.

Reiss calls Mitchell's situation "unlike" last week, when "it was clear" Mitchell would not play. Michael Floyd struggled with timing and dropped passes in New England's playoff win over Houston and could conceivably lose playing time to a health Mitchell. Mitchell has not appeared in a game since Week 16.
Jan 20 - 3:44 PM

Sports Illustrated's Greg Bedard said he noticed Chris Hogan (thigh) had a "solid limp" in the locker room on Friday.

Hogan is fully expected to suit up for Sunday's AFC title game against Pittsburgh, but it's fair to wonder how effective he'll be playing at far less than 100 percent. With Hogan banged up and Malcolm Mitchell (knee) coming off a long layoff, the Patriots will need Michael Floyd and Danny Amendola to step up this week.
Jan 20 - 3:43 PM

Updating a previous item, the Falcons listed Julio Jones (toe) as "limited" in Friday's practice.

Julio was listed as DNP on Wednesday and Thursday. Early-Friday reports had him returning to a full practice, but Julio was officially limited. Either way, Julio is going to play against the Packers. While his health remains a lingering question mark, Julio's mere presence on the field -- even if for some reason he isn't heavily targeted -- is a massive boon to Atlanta's offense.
Jan 20 - 3:42 PM

Packers SS Morgan Burnett (thigh) is unsure if he'll be able to play against the Falcons in Sunday's NFC Championship Game.

Burnett hurt his left thigh early in last week's win over Dallas. He's been unable to practice this week and is looking iffy at best for Sunday's NFC title game. When asked about his status, Burnett said, "If I could tell you that, then I should probably play the lottery tonight." Kentrell Brice had his moments while filling in for Burnett last week, though he also dropped what should have been a sure interception on a deep pass to Terrance Williams.
Jan 20 - 3:28 PM

Ex-NFL WR Keenan McCardell is interviewing for the position of Jaguars' WRs coach.

He played six years in Jacksonville under head coach Tom Coughlin, who was recently hired as the team's Executive VP of Football Operations. McCardell was out of coaching last year but previously spent two years as the Redskins' WRs coach and another two in the same position at the University of Maryland. If he gets the job, McCardell will be tasked with reviving Allen Robinson, who regressed last year following a breakout 2015 campaign.
Jan 20 - 3:15 PM

Lions OC Jim Bob Cooter said Dwayne Washington is "still learning how to play NFL football."

It comes on the heels of an underwhelming rookie year for the seventh-round pick. "I think he would maybe like some of his runs back," said Cooter. "He’s really trying hard, he’s really working hard and we’re excited to have him." Washington saw more playing than expected with Ameer Abdullah and Theo Riddick on the shelf, but was fazed out down the stretch as the Lions handed the lead role to Zach Zenner. Washington isn't a lock to keep his roster spot this summer.
Jan 20 - 2:24 PM
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