Jones (calf) said he will play Monday against Saints, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Jones missed practice earlier in the week, and while he put in only a limited effort Saturday, it was apparently enough to give him confidence to play Monday. His presence would certainly be a huge boost against a Saints defense that is one of the worst in the league.
Worrilow (groin) underwent surgery on Thursday and is expected to be sidelined for at least four weeks, Vaughn McClure of ESPN.com reports.
Worrilow, the Falcons' leading tackler the past three seasons, was replaced by rookie Deion Jones in the starting lineup this season and has yet to record a stat this season. Philip Wheeler will move back to inside linebacker with the linebacking core thinned out due to Worrilow's and De'Vondre Campbell's (ankle) current injuries. The Falcons also signed O'Brien Schofield on Wednesday to give the team a little added depth for Week 3's tilt with the Saints.
Collins tallied 17 total tackles in 16 games during his rookie year with the Falcons.
Collins was limited to rotational work, only seeing the field on 28.6 percent of the total defensive snaps. He'll likely earn more playing time in the coming years, but the Falcons have a pretty young core of secondary players, meaning it won't be easy for Collins to ascend the ranks.
Baker (ribs) is questionable for the Redskins' Week 3 matchup against the Giants.
Baker has been roughed up as of late, considering how the Hampton product is reportedly nursing injuries to his ribs, elbow, toe and knee. However, he also entered last week's contest listed as questionable and ultimately wound up playing. Nonetheless, his status will be confirmed prior to kickoff.
Doctson (Achilles) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Giants.
For a third consecutive week, Doctson is listed as questionable despite taking part in every practice in at least a limited capacity. Considering he played the past two weeks, his status for Sunday doesn't seem to be in much doubt, though he still has minimal appeal as anything more than a stash. Doctson is merely the No. 4 wide receiver, behind DeSean Jackson, Pierre Garcon and Jamison Crowder.
Reyes (groin) has been ruled out for the Redskins' Week 2 matchup with the Cowboys.
Reyes has been nursing the injury for the past two weeks and was unable to take part in practice both Thursday and Friday. Cullen Jenkins and Anthony Lanier will combine to take his place in the meantime.
Spaight (concussion) was limited in practice on Thursday and has cleared concussion protocol.
Spaight is able to practice in full on Friday after clearing league protocol testing. Although he is cleared, still consider him questionable heading into Week 3's matchup with the Giants. If he does play, it will be in a reserved role, serving behind Will Compton. He could also see reps with special teams.
The NFL has suspended Redd indefinitely for a violation of the league's Policy and Program for Substances of Abuse, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Bans of this variety are due to continued positive tests, which is evident as Redd has yet to serve a four-gamer for a similar violation due to his recovery from a torn ACL and MCL. Once healthy enough to return to the field, he'll have to bide his time and do his due diligence considering NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will be in charge of any reinstatement effort.
Galette will have surgery to repair his torn right Achilles tendon, ruling him out for this season.
Galette's injury was revealed last week, but there remained a small hope that he may be able to avoid surgery and eventually play this year. However, upon since announcing his decision to undergo surgery, Galette can now be ruled out for the entire 2016 campaign, marking his second straight season lost due to an Achilles injury. With Galette sidelined once again, the Redskins will hope Preston Smith can build on his eight-sack rookie season and work with Trent Murphy at Washington's outside linebacker position opposite Ryan Kerrigan.