Babineaux tallied two tackles in the season finale against the Saints. Babineaux put together another decent year, finishing with 30 tackles, 1.5 sacks, a forced fumble and an interception in 2015. He has one year left on his contract, so expect to see the big man back in the trenches for the Falcons in 2016.
The Falcons are all but perfectly healthy for their Sunday game against visiting Cleveland. Cornerback Robert Alford (wrist) and offensive tackle Jonathan Scott (hamstring) are out, but the other eight players on their injury report are probable. That group includes guard Jon Asamoah (shoulder), defensive tackle Jonathan Babineaux (knee), wide receivers Drew Davis (foot), Harry Douglas (foot), Julio Jones (illness) and Devin Hester (wrist) and running backs Steven Jackson (illness) and Patrick DiMarco (illness).
Falcons defensive end Jonathan Babineaux left Sunday's game against the Panthers in Week 11 with a knee injury. Babineaux sustained the injury in the first half and was ruled questionable to return to the game. He had just one total tackle before leaving the game.
Falcons wideout Harry Douglas (foot) and running back Antone Smith (neck) are active for Sunday's game at Tampa Bay after being listed as questionable. Also suiting up are defensive tackle Jonathan Babineaux, who was probable with a foot injury, and defensive end Jonathan Massaquoi, who was questionable with a foot problem.
Falcons tackle Jonathan Scott (hamstring) was the only player on Atlanta's final injury report ruled out for Sunday's game against Tampa Bay. Harry Douglas (foot), Jonathan Massaquoi (foot) and Antone Smith (neck) were labeled questionable, while Jonathan Babineaux (foot) was ruled probable for Week 10.