Falcons injury report: Marlon Davidson, Russell Gage out to start Washington practice week

A.J. Terrell returns a full participant, remains in concussion protocol

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FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. -- Marlon Davidson suffered an ankle injury on Sunday, one of a few solemn moments in a dramatic comeback win over the New York Giants.

The defensive tackle might not be around to help the Falcons attempt to establish a winning streak. He missed Wednesday's practice, the first session of the week leading up to Sunday's game against Washington. Head coach Arthur Smith considers Davidson day-to-day.

Receiver Russell Gage received the same designation while continuing to miss time with an ankle injury.

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Cornerback A.J. Terrell came back after a week away. While he remains in the concussion protocol, he was cleared to practice in a padded session.

Safety Erik Harris (back), receiver Frank Darby (calf) and guard Colby Gossett (illness) were limited in Wednesday.

Also, the Falcons opened 21-day practice practice windows for guard Josh Andrews and cornerback Kendall Sheffield, who are currently on injured reserve. They can be activated at any point during this window. If they haven't been added to the 53-man roster by the end of the practice window, they can revert to season-ending IR.

Check out the full injury report, right here: https://www.atlantafalcons.com/team/injury-report/

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