Julio Jones to test ankle in warmups, fantasy status still up in air

Wesley Hitt

ESPN's Chris Mortensen says that Julio Jones (ankle) is adamant about playing and will test his ankle in warmups. We break down the fantasy implications.

ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports that Atlanta Falcons QB Julio Jones (ankle) is adamant about playing against the Arizona Cardinals in Week 11. Jones hasn't practiced all week ever since suffering the leg injury in last week's loss to the Saints. Mort also says that if Jones is active today, he will be "limited".

If Jones can't go, Harry Douglas will get the starting role opposite Roddy White.

Fantasy Impact: Frankly, I'm not liking Jones' chances of suiting up after a whole week of missed practices, but stranger things have happened. We'll know for sure once official inactive reports come down around 12:00 ET.

We'll keep monitoring the situation as you scramble to finalize your fantasy lineups this morning.

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