49ers Week 9 practice report: Thursday

This is the Thursday practice report, courtesy of the 49ers’ P.R. department.

49ers

Did Not Participate In Practice

Wednesday
CB Kenneth Acker (chest, concussion), WR Anquan Boldin (hamstring), LB Navorro Bowman (shoulder), TE Garrett Celek (concussion), RB Mike Davis (hand), RB Carlos Hyde (foot), S L.J. McCray (knee), CB Keith Reaser (not injury related, ankle)

Thursday
CB Kenneth Acker (chest, concussion), WR Anquan Boldin (hamstring), G Alex Boone (knee), RB Mike Davis (hand), RB Carlos Hyde (foot), S L.J. McCray (knee)

Limited Participation in Practice

Wednesday
G Alex Boone (knee), CB Tramaine Brock (shin), LB Ahmad Brooks (shoulder), P Bradley Pinion (right calf), S Eric Reid (chest), T Joe Staley (shoulder)

Thursday
LB Navorro Bowman (shoulder), CB Tramaine Brock (shin), LB Ahmad Brooks (shoulder), TE Garrett Celek (concussion), P Bradley Pinion (right calf), CB Keith Reaser (not injury related, ankle)

Full Participation in Practice

Thursday
S Eric Reid (chest), T Joe Staley (shoulder)

Falcons

Did Not Participate In Practice

Wednesday
CB Robert Alford (groin), LB Justin Durant (calf), WR Leonard Hankerson (hamstring), S William Moore (groin), C Mike Person (ankle)

Thursday
CB Robert Alford (groin), LB Justin Durant (calf), WR Leonard Hankerson (hamstring), S William Moore (groin)

Limited Participation in Practice

Wednesday
G James Stone (calf), CB Desmond Trufant (back), WR Nick Williams (hamstring)

Thursday
C Mike Person (ankle), CB Desmond Trufant (back), WR Nick Williams (hamstring)

Full Participation in Practice

Wednesday
DE Tyson Jackson (ribs)

Thursday
DE Tyson Jackson (ribs), G James Stone (calf)

This article has 8 Comments

    1. “How Will the 49ers Adjust the Offense to Suit Blaine Gabbert?”

      I’m wondering how the 49er offense will work at all. Horrible O-Line. First, second, third and fourth string running backs out. Starting TE shipped off.

      I expect the offense to be terrible. I have a morbid curiosity as to what offense they will (attempt) to use.

      Some ideas…

      -With VD gone (and Celek ailing?), I’m expecting Miller to have a bigger role. Maybe more gap scheme blocking. Miller actually getting carries?

      – Ellington in COP role?

      – 3WR chuck n Duck for a series or two.

      1. Hearing whispers the 49ers are going to wait until the season is over than fire Tomsula. And Kaepernick will surely be the sacrifice lamb for the 49ers bad season. And Baalke also might be heading to the exit as well.

  1. Niners are rearranging chairs on the Titanic if they replace their QB, but keep the O line intact. The center and right side are not just bad, they are putrid. I really do not believe that Gabbert will survive behind that sieve.
    Niner coaches need to get smarter and more innovative quickly. I have little hope for that.
    They will be confronted with a stacked box, so they should line up in 4 receiver sets to spread them out, then gash them up the middle. If still confronted with a stacked box, they should not run into the teeth of the defense, because the RB may average less than 1 yard per carry again. I hope Ellington is put in motion to do reverses and fly sweeps. The Niner receivers need to do more crossing routes and quick slants.
    Niners need to play with more discipline. The unforced errors are killing them.
    Jed should cut the cord to the OC headsets, and let Gabbert be the field general.
    If they use the hurry up with quick snaps, they may stop wasting time while behind.
    Hayne should be activated because he knows the playbook well since he has been here from the OTAs til last week. Last week, the 2 new RBs were sitting on their couches. If they have total command of the playbook, it is so simple it must have been written in crayon.

    1. More of Baalke’s team vision—-By 49ers Paradise:

      earyaks: So Leinart was in town yesterday to visit SF. Don’t know if that made the
      papers. He shared a plane ride home with my co-worker (I bailed earlier) and got a different flight. There was also a RB too and they were talking about their tryouts.

      Bob: Baalke always has had a soft spot for former first round picks

      westcoastguy: If he’s rehabbing anything he’ll be signed before the end of the week

      TANK: Leinart! Perfect! More confidence building in the Trent Baalke vision.

      1. Fansided: Harbaugh vs. Baalke

        After proving his worth with trips to the playoffs three out of four years, Harbaugh wanted a little more control over his team, and rightfully so. York and Baalke, however, resisted (for some unknown reason) and appeared to make it their mission to run the man out of town.

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