• Atlanta Falcons: Safety William Moore returned to practice on Saturday

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Jan 6, 2013
    FLOWERY BRANCH – Falcons safety William Moore, who missed the final four games of the regular season with a hamstring injury, returned to practice on Saturday. Cornerback Dunta Robinson was cleared to return from a concussion during the week and safety William Moore returned to practice on Saturday. Moore missed the final four games of the regular season with a hamstring injury, but was able to get on the field and do some work in the Falcons’ final practice until Wednesday. The Falcons went through their last bye week practice in the team’s indoor facility and Moore, one of the team’s top tacklers, was back in action. Falcons’ run defense to be tested in divisional playoff game Moore, Robinson, defensive end John Abraham and cornerback Christopher Owens all headed into the bye week nicked up and all of them are looking like good bets to play come next weekend. Probably of the guys, he’s not as far along as the other guys that we’ve been talking about.”

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