Roddy White Status Update: Will Start Vs. Packers

Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Roddy White practiced in full on Friday for the first time in a few weeks. White has been nursing a thigh injury for a while and has been limited in practice most weeks. White is listed officially as probable on the injury report and he will start against the Green Bay Packers in the rematch of the NFC Division playoff game from 2010.

White looks to be close to 100 percent and should put up some good numbers in a game against the Packers that looks to be a shoot out. White is on pace for over 100 receptions on the season as well as over 1,200 yards, barring major injury of course. Over the last two games, White is averaging over 13 yards per catch, combining for 15 receptions and 218 yards. White does have only one receiving touchdown on the season, however.

For more news and analysis on the Atlanta Falcons and Roddy White, visit the SB Nation Falcons blog The Falcoholic.

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