Head coach Dan Quinn said Tuesday that Coleman is still in concussion protocol, D. Orlando Ledbetter of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Five days after Coleman suffered the injury in Thursday's win over the Saints, the running back is still dealing with concussion-like symptoms. With Atlanta not scheduled to play again until Monday night in Tampa Bay, Coleman still has plenty of time to be medically cleared, but his status for the week is still in question until that time comes.
Bryant made field goals from 28 and 52 yards in Thursday's 20-17 win over the Saints, when he also converted both of his extra-point tries.
Bryant's 50-yarder proved to be the game-winning kick, as it put Atlanta ahead with just under four minutes remaining. The 42-year-old has registered at least eight points in five straight games heading into Monday night's trip to Tampa Bay.
Clayborn notched his ninth sack of the season in Thursday's win over the Saints.
The sack was his lone tackle of the game, and was his first sack since the six-sack explosion against the Cowboys in Week 10. The 29-year-old has only 19 tackles (17 solo) in 13 games this season, and has provided little IDP-value outside of the incredible performance against Dallas.
Jones intercepted Drew Brees in the fourth quarter to seal Thursday night's 20-17 win over the Saints.
Jones' interception came in the end zone and ended the Saints' chances to either tie the game or take the lead. The 23-year-old led the Falcons with 13 tackles (seven solo), which his is highest tackle output of the season and marks the fifth time he's tallied double-digit stops.
Poe had five tackles (two solo) and a sack in Thursday's win over the Saints.
The five tackles tie Poe's season high, and the sack brings his season total to 2.5. The 27-year-old continues to be a reliable anchor in the middle of the Falcons defense, but has limited IDP-value as he is consistently tasked with eating up double teams.