Devonta Freeman injured in Week 10

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The Atlanta Falcons will likely be without Pro Bowl running back Devonta Freeman when they travel to Seattle next week to face the Seahawks.

According to the report, Freeman will be re-evaluated this week but his absence could be extended to multiple games as a precaution after he suffered a concussion earlier this year during the preseason.

Falcons RB Devonta Freeman left in the 1st quarter against the Cowboys after taking a helmet shot directly to the head.

The Falcons played the Carolina Panthers in Week 9, and Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis immediately suggested Freeman's concussion on Sunday was not a new injury via a since-deleted tweet. Freeman, who played his collegiate football at Florida State University, was originally selected by Atlanta in the fourth round (103rd pick overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft.

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The Falcons had meant to get both Freeman and Tevin Coleman more involved in the running game. He was concussed in our game last week and should've been taken out.

Coming into Sunday, Freeman had 512 yards and five touchdowns this season on 114 carries.

Freeman missed only one career game in his first three seasons.

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