The early signs on Freeman (head) are positive, as his concussion symptoms were not particularly severe, Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports reports.
Concussion are always serious, but it does appear Freeman avoided the worst of it. Falcons head coach Dan Quinn said his star running back is off to a good start in the NFL's concussion protocol, which likely means Freeman has already been cleared to participate in team meetings. Fleet-footed rookie Tevin Coleman struggled in Sunday's loss to the Colts, managing just 48 yards on 17 carries, without any receptions. The Falcons have a tough Week 12 matchup with the Vikings in a game that's key for the NFC wild-card picture.
Brown (shoulder) was listed as a limited participant on Monday's injury report, Joe Person of the Charlotte Observer reports.
After he was contained to one limited practice last week, Brown received an inactive designation Sunday against Washington, and Cam Newton proceeded to have a career performance, tossing touchdown passes to five different receivers. Among those was rookie Devin Funchess, who turned eight targets into four receptions for 64 yards on a career-high snap count. If Brown returns to action Thursday in Dallas, he may have to operate under a reduction in his own snaps.
Ginn (knee) was a full participant at Tuesday's practice.
Following a limited showing Monday, Ginn has seemingly erased any concern regarding his status for Thursday's game against the Cowboys. Rookie second-rounder Devin Funchess has come on strong in recent weeks, but the speedy veteran hasn't been any worse for it, with his role unchanged throughout the season.
Tillman (knee) is inactive for Sunday's matchup against the Redskins.
With Tillman on the shelf after missing two days of practice this week, look for Bene Benwikere to draw the start at cornerback opposite Josh Norman. This may leave the door open for Kirk Cousins and the Washington offense to target the second-year player in the passing attack.