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Sean Weatherspoon Returns to Practice, Roddy White Expects to Play Sunday for Atlanta Falcons

November 7th, 2013 at 10:00 PM
By Graham Waldrop

After missing the last three games, Roddy White says that he expects to return to the playing field for Sunday's NFC Divisional round rematch on Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks.  He has been practicing all week and all signs point to the Falcons receiver's return to the football field.  

This will definitely open up the field for the Falcons, who have really struggled to keep the offense flowing at a consistent rate since White's absence.

In other good news, Sean Weatherspoon began practicing for the first time since his injury and is slated to return next week against Tampa Bay.  

The Falcons are still fighting to compete despite the horrid season, so this is great news that both of these players are returning, with White returning this week and Weatherspoon the next.  This will definitely provide a boost for the a team that is really struggling right now.  


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Tags: Atlanta, Atlanta Falcons, Football, NFL, Roddy White, Sean Weatherspoon, Seattle Seahawks

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