The 49ers continue to call it a game-time decision, but running back Frank Gore has gone two full weeks without practicing due to a left ankle sprain.
Receiver Arnaz Battle will miss his fifth game in six weeks on Sunday in Miami due to an aggravation his mid-foot sprain. Meanwhile, running back Frank Gore is questionable with his left ankle sprain.
Coach Mike Singletary gives a status report on some of his injured players following Thursday’s practice.
Running back Frank Gore still holds out hope that he can play Sunday when the 49ers go to his hometown of Miami to face the Dolphins.
Coach Mike Singletary met with the media this morning to discuss several topics of interest with the 49ers set to play the Dolphins on Sunday.
Cornerback Nate Clements did not practice today – heck, he did not practice all week – after undergoing surgery to insert one pin and two screws into his broken right thumb.
OK, you can go on about your day. I’m back home from the weekend excursion to blustery Buffalo.
Niners defensive coordinator Greg Manusky has made some changes since the big switch. Whereas before he was up in the booth on game days, now he is calling plays from the sideline. This gives Manusky the ability to communicate freely with is players between series, he said.
The 49ers could be playing in some extreme weather on Sunday in Buffalo. And they might not have an experienced player back returning punts.
Running back Frank Gore is scheduled to practice today when the 49ers hit the field from 1:45 to 3:45 p.m. today. He said he’s happy and feeling normal.
UPDATE (5:17 p.m.): Frank Gore just entered the press trailer with a 49ers PR representative. Gore told reporters he jammed his neck while making a block in Monday’s game, and he is convinced he did not sustain a concussion. Although Gore said he still felt soreness at the back of his neck, his headache has […]
Running back Frank Gore did not practice today with what the club is saying is a neck injury. Gore said a couple hours ago that he still has a headache from a concussion he sustained Monday night.
Running back Frank Gore said today he still has a “bad” headache from a concussion sustained late in Monday night’s game against the Cardinals.
Rookie receiver Josh Morgan has been ruled out of Sunday’s game against the Rams with a groin strain.
Third receiver Arnaz Battle, the 49ers’ leading pass-catcher among team’s wideouts, will miss Monday night’s game with a foot sprain, coach Mike Singletary just announced.