Atlanta Falcons vs. Miami Dolphins Injury Report: Vic Beasley returns

ATLANTA, GA - OCTOBER 01: Vic Beasley
ATLANTA, GA - OCTOBER 01: Vic Beasley /

The Atlanta Falcons released their final injury report and edge rusher Vic Beasley, Jr. should be ready to play. Find out who else made news on the report.

Atlanta entered the game with starting safety Ricardo Allen out and tackle Ryan Schraeder as well. They then started to see players fall as they lost receivers Julio Jones and Mohamed Sanu in the game. Also joining them during that contest was defensive lineman Jack Crawford — who had to have season-ending surgery on his biceps.

While Crawford is obviously out, there weren’t as many players ruled out by the Falcons as one might have expected following their game against Buffalo. We had already heard both Schraeder and Allen were good to go, but head coach Dan Quinn did rule out three players.

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The most notable absentee in that report was edge rusher Vic Beasley, Jr. who hasn’t played since a hamstring injury in Week 2. The rest of the report is as follows (per the team’s official web page):


Wide receiver Mohamed Sanu (hamstring)
Defensive lineman Courtney Upshaw (ankle, knee)
Linebacker Jermaine Grace (hamstring)

Limited in practice

Kicker Matt Bryant
Edge rusher Vic Beasley, Jr.

Miami’s injury report is as follows (also per their team’s official website):

Doubtful for Miami

Wide receiver DeVante Parker (ankle)

Questionable for Miami

Cornerback Xavien Howard (shoulder)
Cornerback Byron Maxwell (foot)

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Atlanta looks to move to 4-1 on the season, and having a nearly healthy roster is a huge step in that direction.