Championship weekend: Injury updates
John Clayton provides the latest news on key injuries going into championship weekend.
Originally Published: January 21, 2005By John Clayton | ESPN.com
Here are the latest on injuries through Friday afternoon: • Atlanta Falcons at Philadelphia Eagles, Sunday, 3 ET, FOX
Falcons: It will be a game-time decision on whether defensive end Travis Hall (chest), cornerback Kevin Mathis (ankle) and tackle Todd Weiner (ankle) will play. They have missed the entire week of practice and remain questionable even though all three say they will play because of the importance of the game. Weiner's situation is particularly interesting because he protects Michael Vick's blind side. Weiner also draws the assignment of blocking Eagles defensive end Jevon Kearse, who is considered one of the defensive keys of the game. Wide receiver Brian Finneran appears to be fine after practicing the past three days despite a wrist injury. He's listed as probable and should be available.
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