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The Falcons will likely have Jason Snelling back when they host Green Bay Sunday night. The running back missed Sunday’s game at Seattle with a concussion but head coach Mike Smith said he expects Snelling to be cleared for practice this week. The Falcons had a “pretty long list” of players banged up against the Seahawks, according to Smith. He said Monday he expects several players to be held out of practice on Wednesday, when the team returns to the field. However, he said he doesn’t expect any of those players to miss Sunday’s game.

Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
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