The San Francisco 49ers dropped a fervently challenged issue against the Seattle Seahawks at home Monday evening. It was a misstep filled execution from the beforehand undefeated 49ers.
There’s great and awful news on this front. How about we separate it in brisk design?
Lead trainer Kyle Shanahan reported Monday evening that Sanders endured rib damage. It’s like the ligament damage, George Kittle was seen in the last season. Sanders will probably be a game-time choice for Sunday’s down against the Arizona Cardinals.
Staley endured a fractured finger in the misfortune and might require medical procedure. He’s hearing a second point of view. On the off chance that Staley is out long haul newbie late-round pick, Justin Skule will start at left handle pushing ahead.
Breida disturbed similar ankle damage he’s been managing since right off the bat in the season. It’s the third time he’s endured a mishap. While formally thought about everyday, it would be a gigantic shock if Breida somehow happened to play Sunday against Arizona. He, as well, maybe getting a second view.
This rising protective handle left right off the bat in Monday’s down in the wake of recording a great sack of Russell Wilson. He was very quickly precluded with a groin injury, prompting the hypothesis that it could be long haul damage. There’s some uplifting news on this front. Jones is relied upon to miss only one week.
This is a significant blow for both the approaching free specialist and his group. Blair recorded an enormous handle of Russell Wilson late in Monday’s down. He promptly dismantled up faltering and must be hauled away the field. Beginning signs following the game were that it was genuine damage.
Having missed Monday’s down with both a knee and ankle injury, it appears that Kittle is bound for a multi-week nonappearance.
Witherspoon has been out since Week three with foot injury. Emmanuel Moseley keeps on playing admirably in his stead. Anticipate the guarded back to return on Sunday.
Wayne Probert is a senior reporter at Zobuz, covering state and national politics, and he is a grantee with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting. Before joining Zobuz, he worked as a freelance journalist in Kentucky, having been published by dozens of outlets including NPR, the Center for Media.