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Crumpler encouraged after drills

Falcons tight end Alge Crumpler arrived at the team's season-opening practice Thursday unsure when, or if, he'll be able to return to being the Pro Bowl performer who is such a vital part of the team's offense. The Falcons' leading receiver the past two seasons hadn't really tested his surgically repaired knee and shoulder — especially the shoulder — even though he had made it through most rehabilitative drills at Flowery Branch, then for six weeks in Arizona. (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

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