Injury Report: 49ers Have Few Injury Worries For SundayThe 3-7 San Francisco 49ers host the 8-2 Arizona Cardinals on Sunday at Levi's Stadium, and they do so with no new injury concerns. Some of the same players are still nicked up, of course, and running back Carlos Hyde remains questionable for the Week 12 matchup.
5 Things The 49ers Have To Be Thankful For This SeasonEven though it's been a season of turmoil for the San Francisco 49ers, there are still many things the organization has to be thankful for this Thanksgiving. As the teams and fans enjoy the holiday on Thursday, they should keep in mind their good fortune in relation to other NFL teams.
Injury Report: 49ers To Take On Seahawks Without Boldin And HydeThe San Francisco 49ers got 168 yards from running back Carlos Hyde in Week 1 against the Minnesota Vikings, but in the eight games since then, the 49ers have gotten just 302 yards from the oft-injured Hyde. It now looks like San Francisco won't have their No. 1 running back for this Sunday's road contest against the Seattle Seahawks, due to a continuing and lingering foot injury. That will put the pressure on quarterback Blaine Gabbert to take on the Legion of Boom without much support.
Injury Report: Health Isn't Improving For Sinking 49ers In Week 9The San Francisco 49ers are going nowhere in 2015, and this week's organizational choices have demonstrated that. Adding more fuel to the "tanking" conversation is the long list of injured players that can't contribute on the field this week against the Atlanta Falcons at home. Six players were unable to workout on Thursday, and that includes key pieces like cornerback Kenneth Acker, wide receiver Anquan Boldin, offensive guard Alex Boone and running back Carlos Hyde.
Injury Report: 7 Key Players Questionable For 49ers This SundayNot that the San Francisco 49ers need any more distractions, but there are several important players who couldn't practice fully on Thursday due to injury as the team heads into its Week 8 road game against the St. Louis Rams. Already 2-5 this season, the 49ers are looking at their first losing season since 2010.
Injury Report: Short Weeks Always Tough, But 49ers Ready For SeahawksIt's been said that playing in an NFL football game is like getting into 10 car crashes in one day. If that's the case, it's very hard to recover from game day in a short week on the schedule.
Injury Report: 49ers Look Healthy For Sunday Night FootballAfter having a few too many injuries in recent weeks, the San Francisco 49ers are much healthier heading into their Sunday Night Football matchup with the New York Giants on the road. Only five players have reported football injuries, although each is deemed questionable for the Week 5 game.
Injury Report: 49ers Need Everyone Healthy To Beat Packers This SundayRemember when the San Francisco 49ers had such a short injury report? We knew it wouldn't last. In the modern NFL, someone is always getting hurt. It's the nature of the sport.
The 3 Bay Area NFL Players Ranked As Elite By Madden NFL '16For years, NFL fans have feared the "Madden Curse" - the appearance of their big star on the popular video game's cover. In the past, some of those cover shoots have been followed by poor performances and injuries, leading to the curse rumors.
NaVorro Bowman Nearing Return To 49ers After Knee SurgeryAfter donning pads for the first time in nearly 19 months to start training camp, he is questionable to play in Saturday's preseason opener against the Houston Texans, head coach Jim Tomsula said Thursday.
49ers 2014 Season Marred By InjuriesAs the 49ers look back on this season, it will not be positive. The team almost had a losing record, and missed the playoffs after 3 straight NFC Championship games. However, the teams awful season has to do with injuries than anything else, and a problem that shouldn't haunt them next season.
For Second Straight Year NFL Owes 49ers An ApologyWhile nobody denies that the 49ers were outplayed by their opponent this Sunday, few will say that the roughing the passer call against Nick Moody had something to do with Seattle winning. A bad call won't bring back the 49ers season, but it should at least get the NFL to change the rule and make sure it doesn't happen again.