The Atlanta Falcons have activated safety William Moore from injured reserve designated for return, making him eligible for Week 13's matchup with the Arizona Cardinals. The team also waived tackle Cameron Bradfield to make room for Moore.
Moore was sidelined after suffering a shoulder injury against the Minnesota Vikings in Week 4. He was placed the designated to return list on Sept. 30, so it's nice to see him finally making his way back to the field.
The Falcons are currently allowing the most passing yards per game in the NFL. Moore's return will be welcomed by all. Our own James Rael asked earlier this week if the Falcons were rushing Moore back. We'll see how things go on Sunday, but we can only assume he's ready to slide back into full-time work.
Drew Stanton threw for 149 yards last week against the Seahawks. Adding Moore into the starting lineup should give us a bit more confidence about this matchup. How are you feeling about Moore's return?