Thursday, November 7, 2013
FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. (AP) -- Atlanta Falcons receiver Roddy White feels better than he has all season.
He has no doubt that he'll be playing Sunday when the struggling Falcons (2-6) host first-place Seattle (8-1).
White looked like his old self Thursday as he held court in front of his locker. He has been plagued since the preseason by a sprained right ankle, and he made things worse with a hamstring injury in Week 5.
After sitting out the last three games, White finally feels like he's fully recovered. He also concedes he probably would've been better off sitting out a game or two at the start of the season so his high ankle sprain could fully heal.
White has struggled even when he's been on the field, with only 14 receptions and no touchdowns.
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