Post-Draft Outlook: A closer look at the Falcons' picks: Round 3/90 -- Chris Owens, CB, 5-10, 181, San Jose State...Considered a smallish corner, some viewed Owens as a solid mid-round pick. He started all 12 games last season and has experience, having played as a true freshman, including one start. - by The Sports Xchange
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10/20/14 - CB Chris Owens is dealing with a knee ligament strain and a contusion on the same knee, injuries that occurred in San Francisco two weeks ago. He did not play against San Diego. "He's making progress; he made big strides last week," coach Andy Reid said. "We'll see how he does as we get closer to Wednesday."
10/16/14 - CB Chris Owens did not practice Thursday, missing his second day of practice due to a knee contusion and strained ligament suffered in the final minutes of the loss to the 49ers 10 days ago.
10/15/14 - CB Chris Owens did not practice Wednesday. He is trying to come back from a knee contusion sustained in the final minutes of the loss to the 49ers.
10/14/14 - CB Chris Owens suffered a knee contusion in the final moments of the Chiefs loss to the San Francisco 49ers on Oct. 6. Head coach Andy Reid indicated it was unlikely Owens would be able to practice this week and play against the Chargers this coming Sunday in San Diego. Reid would not rule Owens out. "It's a stretch for Chris to make it," said Reid. "He actually feels pretty good and there's nobody more gritty than that kid."
10/06/14 - CB Chris Owens has a bone bruise and a sprained knee ligament from a collision suffered at the end of Sunday's game against San Francisco. Owens was attempting to block a San Francisco field goal attempt from Phil Dawson, rushing off the kicker's right side.
Teammate Phillip Gaines came off the left side and as he dove to try to get his hands on the kick, he struck Owens' knee with his helmet. After several minutes on the ground, Owens walked off the field under his own power.