Atlanta Falcons defensive lineman John Abraham and safety Williams Moore were limited at practice Wednesday as the team prepares for this weekend’s NFC Divisional round matchup against the Seattle Seahawks, reports Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk.
Defensive end John Abraham, who sprained an ankle during a meaningless Week 17 loss to the Bucs, returned to practice Wednesday, on a limited basis.
Abraham sustained his injury during the team’s regular season finale against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The injury looked significant at the time, but Florio notes the fact that Abraham is now walking on the foot and practicing, albeit at a limited capacity, are good signs for the Falcons.
Moore continues to be hampered by a hamstring injury that has landed the safety on Atlanta’s injury report not infrequently this season. Fellow safety Charles Mitchell (calf) and cornerback Christopher Owens (hamstring) were not able to suit up for Wednesday’s practice.
From the good news department comes word that cornerback Dunta Robinson wasn’t listed on the Falcons’ injury report. He sustained a concussion during the team’s regular season finale but has since been cleared to return.