Falcons RB Devonta Freeman will likely miss Week 11

Thomas Davis claims Devonta Freeman played with an undisclosed concussion

Freeman was forced to exit the game in the first quarter, and he did not return.

The Falcons starting running back will likely still be in concussion protocol when the team takes on the Seattle Seahawks on Monday night, via ESPN's Adam Schefter and Chris Mortensen. He suggested that much in a Twitter post on Sunday, saying he could tell Freeman was playing with a concussion during their week 9 matchup.

Freeman missed two preseason games after suffering a concussion in a practice in August.

The Atlanta Falcons will probably be without Devonta Freeman in Week 11.

Update: Freeman has been diagnosed with a concussion and is done for the day. The 24-year-old put up a strong performance with Freeman out of the mix rushing for 83 yards on 20 carries with a touchdown in a win over the Cowboys. Based exclusively on that, without knowing just how severe this concussion is by comparison, missing Week 12 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Nov. 26) is firmly in play for Freeman.

Prior to his injury, Freeman rushed 2 times for just 3 yards on Sunday.

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