Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Roddy White has, at best, a roughly 50-50 chance of playing in the next game on Oct. 20 against Tampa Bay because of a pulled hamstring injury, a league source said.
White has been nursing a high ankle sprain all season and suffered the hamstring injury on Monday night against the New York Jets. The Falcons, who lost wide receiver Julio Jones for the remainder of the season with a foot injury in the Jets game, are debating whether to have White sit out the next game to get fully healthy.
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