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Falcons Injury Report: Devin Fuller leaves training camp practice with knee injury

FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. -- The Falcons' third training camp practice on Saturday will be their first in full pads. Fortunately, the team will enter that practice in fairly good shape on the injury front.

There's only one potential injury to report, as second-year receiver Devin Fuller limped off the field midway through practice on Friday. Speaking with reporters after the session had ended, coach Dan Quinn gave a small bit of information about his receiver.

"I know it was a knee (injury), but I don't know what," Quinn said. "So, I'll have an update for you on Fuller tomorrow."

Quinn explained that the medical staff would evaluate Fuller to determine the severity of the injury, and an update would then be provided. Fuller missed all of his rookie season as a shoulder injury in the preseason landed him on the injured reserve list.

Aside from Fuller, Julio Jones, Takkarist McKinley and Taylor Gabriel all remain limited. They are participating in individual drills but not any full-team activities as of now.

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