Peter O’Mahony will be free to return for Ireland’s final Six Nations game of the campaign against England.
The flanker was handed a three-game ban following the red card he received in last weekend’s defeat to Wales.
O’Mahony will miss this Sunday’s game with France, as well as matches against both Scotland and Italy.
Leinster’s Jack Conan has been called up to the squad as a replacement.
There’s good news for Carlow man Ed Byrne too as he trains again with the squad this week along with Ryan Baird.
Ireland are preparing for their next game against France who beat Italy in the first match.