There's been nothing to report on Julio Jones ' health since he was placed on injured reserve Oct. 10 due to a fractured foot. Falcons owner Arthur Blank didn't add much on Jones' status during a Monday press conference, but not much is more than nothing.
When asked about Jones, Blank said his star wideout is "rehabbing and doing well." Jones caught 41 passes for 580 yards and two touchdowns in five games this season.
Jones can be a top-five fantasy wide receiver, but the injury concerns are mounting. This current ordeal is related to the fractured foot injury he suffered prior to being drafted in 2011. It could become a chronic problem. He also battled hamstring issues that year and played through a knee injury before his most recent fracture. Jones, 25 in February, comes with a sky-high ceiling and alarming risks. It'll be very interesting to see where he goes in 2014 drafts.