WR Jones latest Falcon to miss practice

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FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. (AP) Wide receiver Julio Jones, held out of practice with a calf injury, has joined the Atlanta Falcons' long list of injured players.

Running back Devonta Freeman (sore right knee), who missed last week's win over Carolina , and defensive ends Takk McKinley and Derrick Shelby, who have groin injuries, also did not practice Wednesday. Coach Dan Quinn says the three are day to day and have not been ruled out for Sunday's game against New Orleans.

Quinn did not mention Jones' injury when he spoke before practice. Jones was seen walking around the locker room during the period open to reporters.

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Luis Severino (18-8) pitched seven innings of one-run ball, and the Yankees had no need for All-Star closer Aroldis Chapman on the day they activated him from the disabled list. Chapman had been out since Aug. 21 with left knee tendinitis. He watched the end of the game from the dugout. (MORE)

Jags RB Fournette expected to practice

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Mariota still dealing with numb fingers

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Unfortunately for the Tennessee Titans quarterback, the weakness is still there, along with numbness and tingling in two fingers. (MORE)

Broncos' Keenum held out with sore knee

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) Case Keenum said he'll be back directing Denver's offense Thursday after missing Wednesday's workout with a sore knee.

"I woke up Monday a little sore ," Keenum said. "I could have practiced today. I wanted to practice today, but they wouldn't let me. So, a good mental day, come back and be ready to go tomorrow." (MORE)

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