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Greenway's Consecutive Games Streak To End Sunday

Chad Greenway, who has played in 115 consecutive games, has been ruled out of Sunday's game against the Falcons.

Greenway, who played through a broken wrist for much of last season, suffered a broken hand in the week two loss against the Patriots but played last Sunday against the Saints. During that contest, he suffered a rib injury that forced to leave the game. 

Head Coach Mike Zimmer said Gerald Hodges and others will help fill Greenway's void.

TE Kyle Rudolph, who has an abdomen / groin issue that's expected to keep him out for at least the next few weeks, has been formally ruled out for this Sunday.

CB Josh Robinson is listed as questionable though Zimmer seemed optimistic in his Friday press conference that he'd be good to go come Sunday.

For the Falcons of note, WR Harry Douglas is questionable with a foot injury, but all others – including fellow wideouts Roddy White and Devin Hester – are probable.

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