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John Abraham inactive for Falcons

Posted on: October 9, 2011 7:34 pm
Edited on: October 9, 2011 7:35 pm
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Posted by Josh Katzowitz

The Falcons job of containing the Packers offense just got a little bit tougher. Defensive end John Abraham, who leads the team with two sacks, is inactive, meaning Atlanta’s pass rush against Green Bay just got much weaker.

Abraham wasn’t added to the practice report until Friday when he was limited in practice with a hip injury. He was listed as questionable in the final injury report.

Abraham’s absence also means that more will be expected from Ray Edwards, who’s been disappointing in his first year in Atlanta. He’s recovered a fumble and made a tackle for a loss, but he doesn’t have any sacks. He’s also one reason the Falcons only have five sacks on the season -- only Buffalo was worse coming into Week 5.

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