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Falcons RB Tevin Coleman might not play in Denver due to sickle cell trait

Running back Tevin Coleman is a big part of the Atlanta Falcons’ 3-1 start, but he might take himself out of the lineup this week. For good reason. The Falcons play at the Denver Broncos this week, and Coleman has sickle cell trait. Sickle cell disease is a blood disorder that can lead to health problems, especially in situations with low oxygen like Denver and its high altitude.
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