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Falcons' Tevin Coleman clears concussion protocol, returns to practice

FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. – Falcons running back Tevin Coleman has cleared the concussion protocol and was able to fully participate in practice on Thursday.

Coleman was limited on Wednesday after missing the previous game with the head injury that occurred the last time the Falcons played the Saints in Week 14.

"We're pumped to have Tev back," Falcons coach Dan Quinn said.

The Falcons will have their running back duo of Coleman and Devonta Freeman back healthy for Sunday's matchup in New Orleans. The two have combined for 1,856 total yards on the season.

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