Konz, who is coming back from offseason knee surgery, had a sleeve on his left leg on Thursday.
Kemal Ishmael will replace Moore and Jonathan Babineaux will replace Hageman on the starting defense.
Freeman and Coleman, who were expected to compete for the top running back job, returned to practice on Monday after suffering their injuries on Aug. 5 and 6. They were used sparingly in practice and not really expected to play.
By holding them out, the Falcons are hoping they’ll be ready for the third exhibition game, which will be the regular-season dress rehearsal. The Falcons play the Miami Dolphins on Saturday, Aug. 29 at Sun Life Stadium.
Quinn clearly didn’t want to jeopardize the progress that Freeman and Coleman have made while recovering from their injuries.
“I like where we are heading, but we are just going to take it up through tomorrow and make a decision,” Quinn said on Thursday. “They both have got some practice work at least and they are back out here which is a big thing. Just getting them back acclimated and getting them going again.”
In addition to Ward, the Falcons also have running backs Jerome Smith, Evan Royster and Michael Ford available.
“A couple of guys have made a big impact on special teams,” Quinn said. “We are looking to see what Michael can do on teams. Jerome as well. Those guys will have the opportunity to come through. They are answering the bell which I like to see.”