Falcons Abraham questionable, Cards Boldin a go

The Atlanta Falcons and Arizona Cardinals had some key players practice Friday, despite their injuries.

Falcons DE John Abraham, who finished third in the NFL with 16.5 sacks this season, was limited in practice because of thigh and shoulder injuries. He’s questionable for Saturday’s NFC Wild-Card Playoff Game against the Cardinals in Arizona.

Cardinals WR Anquan Boldin, who was limited in practice Wednesday and Thursday with a shoulder injury, fully participated Friday. Boldin is a key cog in Arizona’s offense as one of three Cardinals wideouts to finish the season with 1,000-plus receiving yards.

Other injury news of note: Falcons DE Jamaal Anderson (ankle) is listed as questionable, even though he missed three consecutive practices, including Friday’s. Falcons OT Sam Baker (hip, back) and S Lawyer Milloy (back) were limited in practice and also are questionable. Cardinals DE Travis LaBoy (ankle), who hasn’t played since Week 15, is questionable after being limited in practice Thursday and Friday.

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