The Atlanta Falcons are expected to be without reigning NFL sack leader Vic Beasley Jr. for at least a month because of a hamstring tear, a league source confirmed to ESPN. Beasley was injured during Sunday’s 34-23 win over the Green Bay Packers. He exited the field under his own power early in the third quarter but was visibly upset and screaming, obviously aware that the injury was somewhat significant. Beasley, who had a league-high 15.5 sacks last season, recorded two sacks, two quarterback hits and a forced fumble that was returned by teammate Desmond Trufant for a touchdown through the first two games. The news regarding the length of Beasley’s injury was first reported by WSB-TV Atlanta. The Falcons entered the season deeper along the defensive line. But Beasley’s injury, coupled with defensive lineman Courtney Upshaw exiting the Green Bay game with an ankle injury, suddenly cuts into that depth. Beasley rushes off…

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