Falcons WR Roddy White still not practicing
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Falcons WR Roddy White still not practicing

Falcons wide receiver Roddy White @roddywhiteTV had time to heal his hamstring and knee injuries over the team's Week 6 bye. It wasn't enough as he was held out of Week 7's win over the Buccaneers. And perhaps that second week off wasn't enough either. White, who hasn't practiced since Oct. 4, didn't practice Wednesday.

Fantasy Analysis:

It's common for players who are even the slightest nicked up to rest on Wednesdays. But considering how much idle time White has accrued over the past three weeks, his absence is a bad omen. Harry Douglas @HDouglas83 put 149 yards and a score with White inactive last week and would remain the team's No. 1 wideout against Arizona if White needs yet another week.

Vaughn McClure via Twitter

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While I grew up in California, my favorite football team has always been the New York Giants.

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