Freeman "unlikely" to play Week 11

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Atlanta Falcons running back Devonta Freeman and Dallas Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee both left Sunday's game with injuries.

According to ESPN's Adam Schefter and Chris Mortensen, Freeman is unlikely to play in the Week 11 affair after enduring his second concussion of the season. Freeman and the Falcons agreed to an extension during the offseason to make him the NFL's highest-paid running back with a $41 million deal, featuring $22 million in guarantees.

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Freeman also suffered a concussion during the preseason, but he did not miss any games.

Sunday's concussion was his third with the Falcons. While most believed it was a hit from Cowboys linebacker Anthony Hitchens that caused the concussion, Carolina Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis has a different theory. It's worth mentioning that Freeman had to recover from a concussion in August.

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With Freeman out, the Falcons got a solid performance from Coleman (20 yards, 83 yards rushing, 1 TD). Prior to the win, Atlanta had lost four of its previous five games. nMatt Ryan and company will take on the Seahawks next Monday at 8:30 p.m.

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