FLOWERY BRANCH–Falcons safety William Moore, who suffered a hamstring injury against New Orleans, watched practice today.
Moore has missed the past two games with the injury. League rules do not require the Falcons to issue an official injury report today but Moore was on the sidelines during the team portion of practice.
“He did run on the side with the trainers,” Falcons coach Mike Smith said.
Falcons offensive lineman Joe Hawley returned to practice today after serving a four-game suspension for violating the league’s substance abuse policy. Smith said the Falcons are allowed a one-week window in which to decide if they will add Hawley to the active roster and so will exercise that exemption.
Hawley was suspended on Nov. 19. His agent said he tested positive for Adderall.
The Falcons signed Harland Gunn to replace Hawley on the roster. He’s been inactive for all four games.
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