5:54 PM ET
FLOWERY BRANCH, GA. — Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones, who missed last week’s 30-26 loss to the Chicago Bears due to a left hamstring injury, said he feels “good” in preparation for Monday night’s game at Green Bay but stopped short of declaring himself 100%.
Jones was a limited participant in practice for the second consecutive day Friday after missing practice all last week. He looked explosive running routes during early drills.
“When you have soft-tissue, it’s like a day-to-day thing,” Jones told reporters following practice. “You just really gotta feel it out. So you don’t know. You’re really uncertain with it. But I feel good. Just working just a little bit here and there every day; just building confidence and just getting the strength and everything back.”
Asked specifically whether he is set to go Monday night, Jones responded, “It’s a soft-tissue issue, like I said. I feel good right now. I definitely feel good. I’ve been running really well at practice. But, it’s just you don’t know. I’m not 100% with anything, but I feel good.”
Jones injured the hamstring prior to the start of the regular season, then tweaked