Coleman is officially listed as probable, and the team announced Friday that he'll make his return from a two-game absence. Given how Devonta Freeman played during that absence, Coleman will likely work in a complementary role behind his red-hot teammate.
The Falcons will be without their leading tackler after Durant sprained his elbow during the win against the Texans last Sunday. With the 30-year-old officially ruled out, Joplo Bartu will likely get the start in his place. Bartu recorded three tackles (two solo) in 70 defensive snaps against the Texans.
Hankerson (thumb) is listed as probable for Sunday's game against Washington after practicing fully Friday.
Through four games, Hankerson -- who caught six passes for 103 yards and a TD in Week 4 -- has racked up 17 catches for 241 yards and two scores overall. The 26-year-old wideout should have no problem finding motivation in Week 5, as he'll be facing Washington, the team that drafted him in 2011.
Jones (toe/hamstring) was limited in practice Friday and is listed by the Falcons as questionable for Sunday's game against Washington.
Per the report, Jones' reps were cut down on Friday to provide the wideout with added rest, but his status for Week 5's contest doesn't appear in doubt, a notion supported by ESPN's Vaughn McClure, who realys that Jones "was running and cutting fine while doing individual drills" Friday. To be sure though, it's still worth verifying the wideout's status in advance of Sunday's 1:00 ET kickoff.
White (non-injury related) is listed as probable for Sunday's game against Washington after practicing fully Friday.
After having recorded just two catches on five targets over his last three games, White is a speculative play in Week 5, with Leonard Hankerson having seemingly supplanted him, for now at least, as the Falcons' No. 2 wideout target behind Julio Jones.
Eagles linebacker Mychal Kendricks (hamstring) has been designated as questionable for the Sunday game in Washington.
Kendricks logged full practices throughout the week, which would typically lead to a probable designation. He should be able to play, but between his 'questionable' tag and teammate DeMarco Murray's surprise absence last week, it would be unwise to assume Kendricks will suit up.
If he does play, Kendricks should be assured of a three-down role, as Kiko Alonso (knee) has been ruled out.
Kendricks (hamstring) is listed as out for Sunday's game against the Saints.
With Kendricks and Kiko Alonso (knee) both absent, the Eagles will start DeMeco Ryans and Jordan Hicks at inside linebacker. Hicks has 23 tackles over the last three weeks, and he figures to serve in an every-down role. He's an excellent IDP option, if only for the next week or two.
Maxwell (quadriceps) is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Saints.
Maxwell logged full practices Thursday and Friday, after sitting out Wednesday's session. He's on pace for a career-best 92 tackles, but it will be a big surprise if he actually reaches that number, as his 10-tackle game against Julio Jones and the Falcons was an obvious outlier. Of course, if he continues to struggle in coverage, Maxwell will probably see far more targets than what was expected heading into the year.