Seahawks Vs Falcons Injury Report: Michael Robinson, Matt McCoy Probable; Roddy White Questionable

The Seahawks and Falcons released their injury report for Friday and the big hit for the Seahawks this week is the unexpected listing of Kam Chancellor as doubtful for Sunday's matchup against the Falcons.

Other notable injury updates though include the listing of fullback Michael Robinson and linebacker Matt McCoy as probable for the Seahawks and Roddy White as questionable for the Falcons. 

Robinson has missed the last several weeks after injuring his ankle in week one against the 49ers. Now that he's back, it's looking like Eddie Williams' spot on the roster may be in danger. McCoy, a key backup at linebacker in the Seahawks' nickel packages (among others), returns after missing some practice with a banged up shoulder. Both of these players' returns are a big boost for the Seahawks, particularly on special teams. 

Falcons Injury Report:

Out: DT Jonathan Babineaux (knee), DE Cliff Matthews (knee), LB Stephen Nicholas (calf), RB Jason Snelling (concussion).

Questionable: WR Roddy White (thigh)

Seahawks Injury Report:

Out: LG Robert Gallery.

Doubtful: S Kam Chancellor (thigh), CB Byron Maxwell (ankle).

Probable: FB Michael Robinson (ankle), LB Matt McCoy (shoulder), OT Jerriel King (ankle)

For more on the Seahawks, check out Field Gulls.

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