Vic Beasley to miss at least a month with hamstring injury

The Atlanta Falcons could possibly be without it’s best pass rusher Vic Beasley. Last night against the Packers, Beasley got twisted up in awkward position. At first glance it looked a lot worse than I thought.

Beasley was on the ground grabbing at his hamstring. He then walked off the field with a trainer, definitely looked frustrated.

According to several sources Vic Beasley is expected to miss the next month with a slight hamstring tear.

What are your thoughts Falcons Fam?

Duke Riley Alex Mack limited at practice

Week one injury report is out, and one key player is on the list. Alex Mack was limited in practice on Wednesday.

Falcons can’t afford to have Mack out for any amount of time. Especially with a first year starter right guard Wes Schweitzer still adjusting to the speed of the game. But it’s not all doom and gloom. Mack wasn’t completely held out of Wednesday’s practice. So that’s a good sign.

Falcons Injury list

Falcons listed Mack with a back injury.

Linebacker Duke Riley was also listed as limited with a knee injury.

Brian Hill limited with the ankle injury.

Kemal Ishmael was limited with a hamstring injury.

Eric Saubert Hamstring

Austin Pasztor is on the list with chest injury.

Final Thoughts – With Packers coming into Mercedes Benz Stadium, Falcons cannot afford to have Alex Mack out. Packers defensive line looked impressive in their win against Seattle Seahawks.

The way Wes Schweitzer played against Bears DT Akiem Hicks. I think most of you would agree.

Lastest injury update

Packers injury update

Falcons Devin Fuller Torn ACL

Terrible news out of Atlanta. Second year wide receiver Devin Fuller left training camp with an apparant knee injury.

Coach Quinn after day 2 of training camp stated he didnt know the severity of the injury.

However! Ian Rapaport is reporting an MRI revealed Devin Fuller has in fact tore his ACL.

Terrible luck for Fuller who was hoping to showcase his skills for the first time since being placed on IR last season.

WTF Moment: Tevin Coleman Slips In The Shower

Tevin Coleman slips in the shower

Atlanta Falcons rookie running back Tevin Coleman had yet another WTF moment. Atlanta Falcons head coach Dan Quinn said he’s on Concussion protocol for slipping in the shower at the team facility and bumping his head.

No Falcons Fans this is real lolol! What else could go wrong for Tevin Coleman this year?

Coleman will not play in Sunday’s game vs Carolina Panthers and will replaced by rookie running back Terron Ward. What are your thoughts?

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Julio Jones upgraded to limited

Atlanta Falcons All Pro Receiver Julio Jones was upgraded to limited for practice among other players today in practice. Dan Quinn says  Jones should be ready to go against Carolina Panthers this Sunday.

Dan Quinn: Matt Ryan healthy and ready to go

There has been a lot of speculation about Matt Ryan’s health. Terry Bradshaw of Fox Sports first pointed out that Matt Ryan’s mechanics were off causing him to make bad throws. Well Head Coach Dan Quinn  has released a statement via ESPN Falcons reporter Vaughn McClure.

Falcons Injury Update: Tevin Coleman Game Status

What’s good Falcons Fam? I know you guys are looking forward to seeing rookie running back Tevin Coleman. But it looks like we’re going to have to wait.

Tevin Coleman has been participating in practice but on a limited basis. Falcons Head Coach Dan Quinn says Tevin Coleman is listed as probable and is a game time decision. With Coleman & Devonta Freeman being a vital part of the Falcons offense, I don’t expect to see him play against the Jets.

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Falcons Fan Reaction To William Moore Calf Injury

Falcons Fam,  I’m getting tired of saying this and I know you’re tired of hearing it. Strong Safety William Moore is injured again!!!! Yes Again!!!! ESPN Falcons reporter Vaughn McClure is reporting that it’s a calf Injury.

Reaction to Willy Mo calf Injury