Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones' status for this weekend's game against the Arizona Cardinals remains uncertain after the second-year standout missed a third consecutive day of practice on Friday.
Jones is dealing with a sore ankle that limited his play count during last week's 31-27 loss at New Orleans, though the 2011 first-round pick still managed to record four catches for 75 yards. The Falcons have listed him questionable on their final injury report.
The 23-year-old is in the midst of an outstanding sophomore campaign for 8-1 Atlanta, having amassed 703 receiving yards and five touchdowns on 44 grabs.
Linebacker Sean Weatherspoon, who's sat out the Falcons' last two contests with an ankle sprain, was also termed questionable for Sunday's tilt after missing a third straight practice.
Leading rusher Michael Turner (groin), defensive end John Abraham (back) and defensive tackle Vance Walker (ribs) are questionable as well, though all three were limited participants in Friday's session.