Also, Ra'Shede Hageman (groin) and Duke Riley (groin, hip flexor) were out again along with — based on injuries from Thursday's 14-10 loss to Denver at the Hall of Fame game — Marcus Green (hamstring) and Kurt Benkert (toe).
The situation of Benkert, who is competing with Matt Schaub to be backup quarterback, may be most urgent. He will undergo additional evaluation to determine whether surgery is required. The Falcons signed former practice squad member Matt Simms Saturday as another quarterback.
“He’s going to get a follow-up on Tuesday to see where he is, a second opinion, but it’s something that’s going to knock him out for a while,” Quinn said of Benkert.
Trufant’s absence came as a surprise as Blidi Wreh-Wilson and rookie Kendall Sheffield split his repetitions.
“He just kind of had a little bit of a strain of his back, and it was more of a coaching decision not to push it if it was still tight,” Quinn said. “He couldn’t quite get loose from this morning.”
McGary entered training camp in competition with veteran Ty Sambrailo for the starting right tackle spot.