49ers Week 9 Injury Report: Seven Players Out Sunday, Foster QuestionableThe San Francisco 49ers really haven't receive good fortune from the football gods this season in terms of injury. As they prepare to host the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday at Levi's Stadium, seven players have been ruled out due to physical problems.
49ers Week 2 Injury Report: Foster Unable To Practice This Week With Ankle InjuryThe San Francisco 49ers defense looked much improved in its Week 1 loss to the Carolina Panthers, and part of that improvement was rookie linebacker Reuben Foster. Now, he is out for at least Week 2 in Seattle due to an ankle problem.
49ers Week 17 Injury Report: Offensive Line Banged Up For Season Finale Against SeattleThe San Francisco 49ers enter the final weekend of the 2016 NFL regular season with a few injury concerns, but with three injured offensive linemen, the offensive game plan for the Seattle Seahawks at Levi's Stadium on Sunday could be compromised. Center Marcus Martin and guard Andrew Tiller have been ruled out, while tackle Joe Staley is listed as questionable for the Week 17 matchup against the NFC West Division champions.
49ers Week 16 Injury Report: Torrey Smith Put On IR, While Staley Remains DoubtfulThere are only two games left in the 2016 regular season for the San Francisco 49ers, but the injuries still are hurting the team's chances to win. The team placed concussed wide receiver Torrey Smith on the injured reserve, ending his season early, while offensive lineman Joe Staley is again listed as doubtful for this weekend's game in Los Angeles against the Rams.
49ers Week 15 Injury Report: Torrey Smith Out, Joe Staley Doubtful For Game In AtlantaThe San Francisco 49ers face a daunting task this Sunday in Atlanta as they take on the high-scoring Falcons in the Georgia Dome. It's not likely the 49ers will snap their 12-game losing streak, especially without two starters on offense. Both wide receiver Torrey Smith and offensive lineman Joe Staley didn't practice this week, and the two players are listed as out and doubtful, respectively, for Week 15's game. Otherwise, the San Francisco roster looks relatively healthy for its matchup with the long-time NFC West Division foe from the East Coast.
49ers Week 14 Injury Report: Lynch Questionable, Staley Doubtful For Jets On SundayAs the San Francisco 49ers approach a home game in Week 14 against the New York Jets this Sunday, the team is relatively healthy. That's good news for a team that is 1-11 and trying to avoid setting a franchise-worst mark for losses in a single season. The Jets matchup may be the last good chance for the 49ers to win another game in 2016.
Which Players Should The 49ers Build Around For The Future?As the San Francisco 49ers enjoy their bye week in this tough 2015 season, it's time to look forward to next season. With a 3-6 record and the current personnel problems, it will be a very different 49ers roster that takes the field at Levi's Stadium in September 2016.
49ers Can Use Bye Week To Regroup After Disappointing 3-6 StartWith the surprising 17-16 home win over the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday in Blaine Gabbert's starting debut at Levi's Stadium, the San Francisco 49ers now get a week off. The team needs time for running back Carlos Hyde and wide receiver Anquan Boldin to get healthy.
Injury Report: 49ers Banged Up But Ready For Ravens On SundayReturning back home to Levi's Stadium is a good thing for the San Francisco 49ers, even if they have several injuries to be concerned about in the training room. A few key players missed workouts on Thursday, and several others were limited in participation. How this turns out on Sunday is anyone's guess.
Only Two 49ers And One Raider Named To 2015 Pro Bowl Roster
49ers Extend Contract Of Left Tackle Joe Staley The San Francisco 49ers showed off their new home in style Thursday while quietly making a move to protect quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s blindside.
Pro Bowl Selections Made: 49ers Get 8 Players, 1 Raider PickedThe NFL revealed Friday that the Chiefs and 49ers each had eight players voted into the Pro Bowl, including running backs Jamaal Charles of Kansas City and Frank Gore of San Francisco.