Seahawks vs. Falcons, injury report: John Abraham questionable for Sunday's game

Scott Cunningham

Falcons defensive end John Abraham is questionable for Sunday's home playoff game against the Seattle Seahawks.

There has only been one player ruled out of Sunday's 1 p.m. ET Divisional Round game between the Atlanta Falcons and the Seattle Seahawks, and that's Falcons cornerback Christopher Owens. However, each team has a few players that are either doubtful or questionable for Sunday's game.

For the Falcons, defensive end John Abraham and safety Charles Mitchell are questionable for the game and safety William Moore and cornerback Dunta Robinson are both probable. Owens was the only player that was held out of practice on Friday, while Abraham and Mitchell were limited.

For the Seahawks, cornerback Byron Maxwell is doubtful, while safety Jeron Johnson is questionable. Running back Marshawn Lynch and wide receiver Sidney Rice are both probable. Maxwell and Rice were held out of practice on Friday while Johnson and Lynch were limited.

The two teams are set to kick off in the Georgia Dome at 1 p.m. ET on Sunday afternoon and the game will be broadcast nationally on Fox.

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