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Ingram and Lattimore active for Saints-Falcons game

Marshon Lattimore will suit up for the Saints after missing the last two games. Source: Mark LaGrange Marshon Lattimore will suit up for the Saints after missing the last two games. Source: Mark LaGrange
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Running back Mark Ingram (toe) and Marshon Lattimore (ankle) will be active for the Saints-Falcons game. Lattimore missed the last two contest after injuring his ankle in the Washington game. Safety Marcus Williams is also active after missing last week's Panthers game. 

Saints inactives for their road game in Atlanta: Safety Rafael Bush, running back Jonathan Williams, tight end Garrett Griffin, offensive lineman Andrus Peat, offensive lineman Cameron Tom, wide receiver Austin Carr, and defensive lineman Al-Quadin Muhammad.

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