"The day I can see him come out and just run and practice at full speed, practice all day and get up the next day and practice again, certainly then I'm going to feel he's back," Robiskie said, via ESPN.com. "I think every day, we'll be out there with him with caution.
"We'll be watching him a little bit kind of standing on pins and needles. I think if he jumps in the air to catch the ball, if he jumps on top of some (defensive back) and some DB is under him, you're nervous."
Falcons general manager Thomas Dimitroff exhibited less concern in comments to NFL Media's Jeff Darlington this weekend.
"Julio is healing well. He's such a fast healer and that's his whole makeup," Dimitroff said. "He's a strong, powerful guy. He's going to do all in his power to get back and do the right thing as far as monitoring his own recovery and his rehab."