No turf toe injury for Julio Jones

Atlanta Falcons coach Dan Quinn said Julio Jones does not have a turf toe injury and should be ready to go for Sunday's game against the Houston Texans.

Jones, who had been limited during practices with hamstring soreness, was held out of Wednesday's practice with the toe injury as well as the hamstring. But Quinn said Jones participated in Thursday's walkthrough.

Jones, who was limited during Thursday's practice, indicated he would be fine. Quinn confirmed it.

"It's on the top of his foot," Quinn said of Jones' injury. "It's not turf toe at all. I'm not exactly sure when the injury took place on that one. But, definitely not underneath. ... But he's doing well. And anticipate him being ready to rock."

Quinn also said running back Tevin Coleman is starting to run again after fracturing a rib, but Coleman is unlikely to return this week. Coleman did explosion exercises on a side field Thursday.

Tight end Jacob Tamme continues to go through the concussion protocol and was not at practice.

Meanwhile, receiver/kick returner Devin Hester took another step in his recovery from turf toe by fielding kickoffs at the start of Thursday's practice. Hester didn't run full speed but said how he felt afterward would determine his playing status for Sunday. He missed the first three games.

Running back Devonta Freeman was on the field running and cutting despite being limited Wednesday with a toe injury. Strongside linebacker Brooks Reed also practiced as he continues his comeback from preseason groin surgery.