Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer
Falcons coach Dan Quinn didn't express too much concern about the players missing from Thursday's open session of OTAs: Julio Jones, Deion Jones, Vic Beasley, Grady Jarrett, and Adrian Clayborn. Both Julio Jones and Grady Jarrett have unresolved contract issues, while Quinn also noted that both Julio Jones and Deion Jones are rehabbing. Beasley's absence seemed to catch everyone off guard, but Quinn indicated Beasley would be back for mandatory minicamp (June 11-13). “Of course, there's nothing like on-the-field stuff,'' Quinn said when asked if he was disappointed about Beasley not being at the voluntary OTAs. Beasley's status worth watching since Quinn seems determine to get the best out of the slumping pass-rusher while taking over a defensive coordinator. Falcons already thin at defensive end with backup Steven Means lost for the season with an Achilles injury on Monday. Jack Crawford played some on the edge Thursday opposite Takk McKinley.