Flowery Branch, GA (SportsNetwork.com) - Atlanta Falcons running back Steven
Jackson was listed as a limited participant in practice for the second
consecutive day on Thursday, according to the Falcons official injury report.
Sidelined with a hamstring injury, Jackson has missed the last four games.
However, Atlanta is hopeful he can return to the lineup when the team travels
to Arizona for a conference matchup against the Cardinals on Sunday.
Jackson suffered the injury in Week 2 against St. Louis. The former
Ram left his new team's 31-24 victory over his old one immediately after
making an 8-yard touchdown catch in the first quarter.
Atlanta's rush unit, which ranks 30th in the NFL, has suffered in Jackson's
absence, averaging 71.5 yards per game and netting a season-low 18 yards
last Sunday in a 31-23 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Wide receiver Roddy White (hamstring/ankle), running back Jason Snelling
(ankle) and linebacker Stephen Nicholas (thigh) did not participate in
practice. White also sat out last week's game with his injury.
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