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AUG 28, 3:37p ET | Jimmy Traina
Rotowire: Jun 16 / 1:18p ET
News: Hester (personal) missed Tuesday's practice but is expected to return Wednesday, D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Impact: Head coach Dan Quinn deemed the absence "excused," as Hester tends to a personal concern. As the offseason continues onward, it remains to the seen what role Hester will hold in the Falcons' offense this season. After Hester acted as the third wideout most weeks in 2014, the offseason additions of Leonard Hankerson and rookie Justin Hardy could have a negative impact on his 2015 production.
Rotowire: Jun 14 / 9:27p ET
News: Hester said his role in the Falcons' new offense is up in the air, ESPN.com reports.
Impact: Hester was surprisingly useful in his first year with the Falcons last season, catching 38-of-59 targets for 504 yards and two touchdowns, with a touchdown on a rush and another on a punt return. His role under new offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan is still highly uncertain, as the Falcons added fourth-round pick Justin Hardy and veteran Leonard Hankerson to a receiving corps that's still led by Julio Jones and Roddy White.