Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Roddy White is listed as questionable for the team's Week 10 game against the Seattle Seahawks, according to Vaughn McClure of ESPN. White is dealing with ankle and hamstring injuries, and has missed three consecutive games due to said injuries.
White sustained a high ankle sprain before the season, but rather than rest he elected to play through the injury to keep his streak of never missing a game alive. He was never able to get healthy, and in Week 5, he hurt his hamstring as well, and the Falcons had to intervene and force him to shut down.
The veteran wide receiver has been at practice all three days this week and has said that he plans to play in Week 10, so it sounds like he will, despite the questionable designation.
Fantasy Impact: Even if White ends up playing, fantasy owners should avoid starting him at this point. Not only has he been largely ineffective all season and doesn't deserve any kind of confidence coming off this kind of injury, he's playing the Seattle Seahawks, who will stick Richard Sherman on him. Getting a single catch would probably be a win for White in this game.