Quinn, who is nursing an ankle injury, was a limited participant in practice on both Wednesday and Thursday, but returned in full on Friday and has a better than not chance to start on Sunday.
For Mack, who is hampered by a knee injury, things are a little less certain. He was limited in each of the team’s three practices this week and is more likely a game-time decision.
“I’d be surprised if those players don’t play this week,” head coach Joe Judge told reporters on Friday. “We’re fully anticipating seeing those top end defensive players, especially the edge players, going as hard as they can for 60 minutes.”
Mack has similar expectations.
“I’m going to be ready on Sunday,” Mack told reporters.
Defensive tackle Akiem Hicks, who missed practice on Thursday with an illness, returned in full on Friday and did not receive an injury designation.
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