Falcons' Loss of Finneran Could Be Significant

The Atlanta Falcons suffered a significant loss when wide receiver Brian Finneran hurt his right knee during a drill Sunday while making a cut against rookie cornerback Jimmy Williams.

Finneran was scheduled to undergo an MRI exam today but the Falcons were prepared to lose him for the entire season. He was to be the team's No. 3 wideout behind starters Michael Jenkins and Roddy White. That duty now could fall to Jerome Pathon, if the club doesn't add a wide receiver.

By Mark Maske |  July 31, 2006; 2:26 PM ET  | Category:  Falcons
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