Atlanta's top two receivers, Julio Jones (turf toe) and Mohamed Sanu (groin), won't practice on Wednesday as the team begins preparations for the Los Angeles Rams.
"Julio will likely practice tomorrow," Quinn said. "He's somebody that does do a good job [of] taking care of his body, but he has a real ability to push it to get back. If he's able too, he will. This is something that he's going to respond from quickly, it's not a long-term thing he's going to be dealing with."
Left tackle Jake Matthews will also be held out with a knee injury and he'll be taken through the week.
"He felt good today—really strong, so we are hopeful as we move through the week," Quinn said Matthews. "He felt confident and strong with it."
If Matthews is unable to go, Tom Compton, who entered the Falcons' Week 13 contest versus the Chiefs will fill in again.
Defensive end Dwight Freeney (non-injury related) and defensive end Adrian Clayborn (knee) also did not practice as well. Quinn said Clayborn is currently in the strength part of his rehab process, and the hope is to get him back on the field in the next two weeks.