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Posted: Sunday, September 11th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Week 1 injury roundup, Andy Dalton, Brian Price, Danny Amendola, Daryl Washington, Derrick Ward, Eric Berry, Ernie Sims, Gary Brackett, James Harrison, Jason Smith, Jimmy Smith, Jon Beason, Kevin Walter, Lance Lewis, LaRod Stephens-Howling, Luis Castillo, Marcedes Lewis, Marvin Lewis, Michael Crabtree, Michael Robinson, Mike Tolbert, Mike Tomlin, Nate Kaeding, Ron Bartell, Roy Williams, Sam Bradford, Sammie Stroughter, Steven Jackson, Terrence McGee, Week 1 injuries 2011
With Week 1 nearly in the books, here’s a look at the notable injuries from Sunday’s games.
Saints RB Reggie Bush‘s return to the lineup will have to wait another week after the team declared him inactive for Sunday’s game against the Seahawks.
San Francisco’s David Baas (sprained ankle), Michael Robinson (right shoulder) and Arnaz Battle (leg strain) were injured during the first half against Green Bay.
Posted: Tuesday, November 10th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Charles Tillman, Chicago Bears, Delanie Walker, Desmond Clark, frank gore, Glen Coffee, Jason Hill, michael lewis, Michael Robinson, San Francisco 49ers, Takeo Spikes, Tommie Harris, Vernon Davis, Week 10 injuries
The 49ers will need Frank Gore to be prepared for a heavy work load on Thursday night against the Bears, as backup RB Glen Coffee (concussion) has been officially ruled out.
Posted: Thursday, August 13th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Alex Smith, David Baas, Delanie Walker, Isaac Bruce, Michael Robinson, Mike Singletary, Patrick Willis, San Francisco 49ers, Shaun Hill, Tarell Brown
Coach Mike Singletary announced Thursday that Shaun Hill will start at quarterback in the 49ers’ preseason opener but almost immediately said not to read too much into the decision.
49ers offensive coordinator Jimmy Raye was made available to the media on Wednesday, and spent some time talking about the Taser formation (aka, Wildcat) that was worked on during two practice sessions.