Julio Jones, Roddy White questionable for Falcons vs. Jets

Streeter Lecka

The Falcons may miss out on one or two of their top options on offense on Monday night.

The Falcons wide receiver unit is collectively banged up and after a week of limited participation in practice, Atlanta could be without their two most prominent weapons on Monday Night Football in Week 5. Wide receivers Roddy White and Julio Jones are both listed as questionable on the Falcons injury report for their matchup against the New York Jets.

Both players have faced a questionable designation for four-straight weeks but have played regardless of injury. Since Week 1, Jones has been bothered by a knee injury but has managed to stay product, as he leads the league with 481 receiving yards. White has also been able to take the field but has been considerably less-effective than Jones with an ankle sprain. Through five games, White has just 10 catches for 84 receiving yards. He has been listed as questionable prior to every game this season.

The Falcons will host the Jets on Monday Football in Week 5 at 8:40 p.m. ET on ESPN.

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