Running back Tevin Coleman and cornerback Desmond Trufant were the ones returning to on-field activities. Coleman missed three games with a hamstring injury and Trufant missed the loss to the Eagles before the bye due to a shoulder injury, but coach Dan Quinn said both looked good on Monday.
“Both of them looked extremely fast,” Quinn said, via the team’s website. “That’s what we were checking to see with Tev. Would he have the speed to get in and out of his breaks that makes him such a unique player. We wanted to see Tru with the ball skills and moving around like he did. Both of those guys were off to a good start today.”
Coleman should go back to having his normal value. He was averaging over 11 touches a game, including over eight carries per game.