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Falcons' Julio Jones (toe) practices Tuesday

After piling up 83 points over the past two weeks, the high-flying Falcons are adding yet another playmaker to the mix.

All-Pro wideout Julio Jones practiced on Tuesday after coach Dan Quinn told reporters that would "participate some." The receiver has missed the past two games with a toe injury.

Jones hadn't practiced fully since injuring his toe during the second half of Atlanta's Week 13 loss to the Chiefs. In his absence, Mohamed Sanu and the explosive Taylor Gabriel have stepped for an offense that sits one game away from matching an NFL record for 40-point games in a season.

The Falcons were an offensive hurricane during Sunday's 41-13 throttling of the listless Niners. Still, it's ridiculous to suggest Atlanta would be fine without Jones. One of the league's nastiest matchup nightmares, the dazzling wideout is utterly critical to a Falcons team hoping to forge a long run through January.

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