Week 8 status report: Carlos Hyde (foot) is OUT

Here is the Week 8 status report, courtesy of the 49ers’ P.R. department.



RB Carlos Hyde (foot)


WR Anquan Boldin (hamstring)


G Alex Boone (shoulder, knee), LB Navorro Bowman (shoulder), LB Ahmad Brooks (shoulder), DT Tony Jerod-Eddie (not injury related), QB Colin Kaepernick (right hand), T Erik Pears (back), S Eric Reid (chest), T Joe Staley (shoulder)



DE Chris Long (knee)


DE William Hayes (thigh), RB Tre Mason (ankle), S T.J. McDonald (shoulder), DE Robert Quinn (knee)


DT Nick Fairley (illness), TE Lance Kendricks (thumb), LB James Laurinaitis (elbow)

Question: Who do you think will start at running back for the 49ers — Reggie Bush, Jarryd Hayne or Mike Davis?

    1. Who will replace Bush when his calf hurts? Davis may not be up to speed in his pass protection, and Hayne has never seen anything like the Rams pass rush in person. It’s not a good situation, but that’s a given when playing “Baalke Ball”.

      1. Kaep has some running to catch up on since he did not run in the last game.
        I say he finishes with about 8-11 runs. A few runs by design but most for survival.

        1. After running around he gets blind sided and he get’s knocked out off the game injured. That’s the last thing we would want to happen kaepernick getting injured and he’ll be on the roster after April 2016 and the 49ers have to pay this guy 33 million which the 49ers can use the money this guy kap is getting paid with..

    2. I want to see Bush and or Hayne catching balls out of the backfield against good match ups. I guess that’s a pipe dream too.

  1. Doubt it will make a difference who they have back there. The defense will crowd the line until the QB forces them to back off.

    1. Frank Gore was very injury prone in college. What does that tell you? Not much before a runner has a career to look back on.

      1. Big difference between staying healthy in college than in the pros . Gore has a ten year career , can’t see Hyde getting half that

        1. The odds are very much against any back getting the years that Frank has racked up. It’s too soon to label Hyde, but it’s soon enough to do what many people have done — point out that his running style will be very hard on him.

          In Gore’s first six years he missed games in five of those years. He missed five games in his sixth (2010) year. He has not missed a game since 2010. That might be why you haven’t thought of Frank Gore as “injury prone.”

          1. After 2010 was probably when Frank was labeled “over the hill” each and every season until he pilled up a few 100+ yard games.

          2. Frank carried the ball a lot , carried the team in fact, so a lot of the games he missed were due to just flat out taking a beaten, Hyde has been injured twice in two years without a whole lot of carries , he was Gore’s backup last year

            1. Again, look at Gore’s first six years. Of course Frank was hurt some of the time because he was over used. Baalke/Parsells offensive design kills bell cows. Gore being exceptional doesn’t make Hyde injury prone this soon in his career.

  2. Please don’t play Kaepernick against the Rams on Sunday. We don’t want this guys getting hurt and the 49ers might have to pay this guy 33 million after April next season if he got hurt now. Plz!.

    1. Yeah, lets call the game. in fact Football is so dangerous, they should just shut down the league so no player will get hurt.

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