BELLEVUE, Wash. – The Atlanta Falcons will be without Pro Bowl running back Devonta Freeman when they take on the Seattle Seahawks on Monday night as he remains in the league's concussion protocol.
Atlanta's punter Matt Bosher is also listed as questionable to play with an ankle injury and head coach Dan Quinn said they'll take it to game time before making a decision on his availability. Kicker Matt Bryant and wide receiver Mohamed Sanu are the team's emergency options at punter, Quinn said.
With Freeman out, the Falcons will rely on Tevin Coleman to get majority of the carries. Terron Ward, Derrick Coleman and newly signed Terrence Magee will all serve as backups for the Falcons (5-4).
"Between Terron, Derrick and Terrence, we have backups to Tev," Quinn said. "But we'll lean on Tevin."
The Seahawks (6-3) will be without safety Kam Chancellor as he was officially ruled out with a neck injury. Tackle Duane Brown and defensive tackle Jarran Reed are questionable.