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Douglas (foot) was limited in practice Wednesday, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.

Douglas' weekly output is contingent upon Julio Jones' (hip/oblique) availability, but even with Jones active last Sunday, Douglas managed four catches (on seven targets) for 47 yards. While Jones failed to practice to kick off the week, the absence was likely precautionary, meaning a bit role may again be in Douglas' future Sunday against the Panthers.

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Douglas (foot) had four catches on seven targets for 47 yards during Sunday's win over the Saints.

The return of Julio Jones from a hip injury took a decent chunk out of Douglas' workload, as his seven targets were half his total from Week 15 against the Steelers, when he had 10 catches for 131 yards. Jones' presence on the field will continue to be Douglas' biggest obstacle in putting up big fantasy numbers, and with Jones fully expected to play in Week 17 against the Panthers, Douglas could have his targets limited once again.

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Douglas (foot) is active for Sunday's game against the Saints.

Douglas was held out of practice Wednesday, but he's good to go after a full practice Friday. Julio Jones (hip) is also active, but could very well be limited, opening up more opportunities for Douglas after he caught 10 passes for 131 yards in Week 15 against the Steelers.

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Douglas (foot) is probable for Sunday's game against New Orleans.

Douglas missed Wednesday's practice, but he practiced Thursday and Friday, including a full practice for the latter day. If Julio Jones (hip, questionable) sits out again, Douglas should get a healthy target count against the Saints.

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Douglas (foot) was limited in practice Thursday, Vaughn McClure of ESPN.com reports.

Douglas has typically built up his activity level in drills throughout each week this season. Thus, he's on course to achieve active status Sunday in New Orleans, where he may uphold his relevance from past weeks due to Julio Jones' hip injury.

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Douglas (foot) returned to practice Thursday, Vaughn McClure of ESPN.com reports.

Douglas' activity level is unclear, but his return forecasts active status Sunday at New Orleans. In the meantime, Julio Jones (hip) has yet to appear in any drills this week and will be a game-time decision this weekend, meaning Douglas could again act as a valued target of Matt Ryan.

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Douglas (foot) didn't partake in practice Wednesday, Vaughn McClure of ESPN.com reports.

Douglas took advantage of the void left behind by Julio Jones' (hip) this past Sunday, torching the Steelers for 131 yards on 10 catches (14 targets). Jones' availability in Week 16 at New Orleans is subject to a game-time decision, but either way, Douglas is in line for continued relevance, if his own injury isn't severe.

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Douglas (foot) had 10 catches on 14 targets for 131 yards during Sunday's loss to the Steelers.

Starting in place of the injured Julio Jones (hip), Douglas led the Falcons in targets, receptions and receiving yards, though quarterback Matt Ryan's two touchdowns went to Devin Hester and Roddy White. Jones is believed to be returning in Week 16 against the Saints, though Douglas may still be able to make an impact against a defense allowing the fourth-most passing yards per game this season.

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Douglas (foot) is listed as active Sunday versus the Steelers, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.

The Falcons' receiving corps will be without the services of Julio Jones (hip), giving Douglas a grand opportunity for increased relevance. At the very least, Douglas is an intriguing option due to the volume of the passing game expected to land on his doorstep.

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Douglas (foot) is probable for Sunday's game against Pittsburgh.

Douglas will be an interesting PPR consideration if Julio Jones (hip) sits out Sunday, but he otherwise isn't the most encouraging fantasy option since he so rarely finds the end zone.