FLOWERY Department, Ga. — Atlanta Falcons move-rusher Vic Beasley Jr., sidelined given that struggling a hamstring pressure in a Week 2 win about the Inexperienced Bay Packers, will return to the lineup in opposition to the Miami Dolphins on Sunday.
Beasley practiced all week and wore a protecting sleeve on his suitable leg. He stopped small of declaring himself 100 %.
“I come to feel great, man,” Beasley claimed. “I come to feel like this is an injuries, a thing I can perform by. I would not say factors are heading to be 100 % due to the fact, through the year, everybody is quite much banged up with some style of injuries. I come to feel great plenty of to do what I’ve commonly been performing.”
Beasley, who has two sacks this year just after the foremost the league with 15.5 in 2016, is just not sure if he will perform his normal amount of snaps.
“Actually, I guess we are going to see,” he claimed. “We will see how factors go in the match. If I come to feel like I can go further than I am commonly capable of, then, yeah, let’s do it.”
Falcons coach Dan Quinn claimed extensive receiver Julio Jones, who was minimal by a hip flexor injuries, and kicker Matt Bryant, bothered by a back again problem, are set to perform, as envisioned. The group ideas to list Bryant as questionable just in circumstance his back again tightens up foremost into the match. The group signed kicker Mike Meyer to the exercise squad as insurance policy.
“He did effectively now,” Quinn claimed about Bryant kicking on Friday.
Mohamed Sanu, the No. 2 extensive receiver guiding Jones, is out Sunday thanks to a hamstring injuries. Defensive lineman Courtney Upshaw (ankle/knee) and linebacker Jermaine Grace (hamstring) also are out in opposition to the Dolphins.