Falcons RB Tevin Coleman '100 percent' recovered from injury

FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. (AP) After missing three straight games with a hamstring injury, Falcons running back Tevin Coleman says he is ''100 percent'' healthy.

Coleman had no restrictions in Wednesday's practice for Sunday's game against Arizona. He was playing behind starter Devonta Freeman before suffering the injury on Oct. 23 against San Diego. Coleman's five rushing touchdowns lead the team.

A bye week also helped cornerback Desmond Trufant return from a shoulder injury.

Punter Matt Bosher was held out Wednesday with a hamstring injury and also won't practice Thursday. The team signed free agent punter Matt Wile to the 53-man roster this week after placing tight end Jacob Tamme on IR following shoulder surgery.

Bosher, who also handles kickoffs, is expected to test his injury in Friday's practice.


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