Coach Mike Smith says Jones, the NFL leader with 41 catches, did not get encouraging results from a visit with doctors Tuesday morning. Smith added that Jones will see a foot specialist Wednesday in Charlotte, N.C., for a second opinion. Jones ranks second with 580 yards receiving.
Jones has recorded three straight 100-yard games, totaling 26 catches for 405 yards and a touchdown over that span. He leads the NFL with 481 receiving yards.
Jones doesn't seem to be in real danger of missing the game, but you'll want to check back Sunday. The NFL-leading receiver's Sunday night kickoff complicates things some.
In the last two games, Jones has been targeted 26 times, catching 20 for 297 yards but only one TD.
He was limited in practice this week wiht a knee injury, but is suiting up.
With Roddy White still not 100 percent, Jones owners are the beneficiaries. His 23 targets through two contests rank near the top of the league.
White has never missed a game in nine seasons with Atlanta. He has been slowed by an ankle sprain since the third week of the preseason. Jones has a knee injury.
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