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NFL Injury Report:
While the San Francisco 49ers recently lost wide receiver
Mario Manningham for the remainder of the season, injured tight end Vernon Davis
should be available for the team’s regular season finale against the Arizona
Cardinals, reports Matt Maiocco of CSN Bay Area.
Davis should be available for the 49ers’ regular-season
finale against the Cardinals after sustaining a mild concussion Sunday night
against the Seattle Seahawks.
Considering veteran Randy Moss is now the 49ers’ No. 2 wide
receiver behind Michael Crabtree, who’s approaching the first 1,000-yard
receiving season of his young career, San Francisco will need Davis to step up
in the passing game.
After starting the year off strong, catching four touchdowns
over the first three games of the season, Davis has dropped off. In the 10
games he’s played since Oct. 14 Davis only has a total of 240 receiving yards
and one touchdown.
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According to CSNBayArea.com, 49ers tight end Vernon Davis has been medically cleared by an independent neurologist after suffering a concussion during this past Sunday’s game against the Seahawks.
Now Davis must remain symptom free after performing non-contact football work.
The 49ers are scheduled to begin practice Thursday at 1:45 p.m. It is not known if Davis will take part...
According to Matt Maiocco of CSNBayArea.com, 49ers tight end Vernon Davis is expected to be ready for this week’s season finale against the Cardinals, after suffering a concussion this past Sunday night against the Seahawks.
With wide receiver Mario Manningham out for the season, the 49ers are going to need Davis to become a key part of their offense again.
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San Francisco 49ers tight end Vernon Davis left Sunday night's game against the Seattle Seahawks with a concussion and was not expected to return. Davis was injured when he took a big hit from Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor while attempting to make a catch in the first quarter. Chancellor was penalized for unnecessary roughness, though replays showed the hit was clean. ...
San Francisco 49ers tight end Vernon Davis likely will play in Sunday's game against the Arizona Cardinals despite sustaining a concussion last weekend, CSN Bay Area's Matt Maiocco reported. Davis will spend much of this week going through the NFL's concussion protocol before it's determined whether he can play against the Arizona Cardinals in San Francisco'...
San Francisco 49ers tight end Vernon Davis, who suffered a concussion in the game against Seattle, is not practicing Wednesday.Fantasy Spin:Forty-Niners coach Jim Harbaugh called it minor and is optimistic that he will play on Sunday, but these days any concussion requires testing. Davis hasn't done much over the past four games catching a total of five passes for 56 yards and no scores.
San Francisco 49ers tight end Vernon Davis suffered a concussion in the game against Seattle.Fantasy Spin:49ers coach Jim Harbaugh called it minor, but any concussion these days requires testing. Davis hasn't done much over the past four games catching a total of five passes for 56 yards and no scores.
Hopes that an MRI would prove negative were dashed Monday night with a report by ESPN.com that San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Mario Manningham is lost for the rest of the season and playoffs with a torn anterior cruciate ligament and posterior cruciate ligament in his left knee. Manningham suffered the injury in the third quarter of Sunday's 42-13 loss to the Seattle Seahawks...
San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Mario Manningham will miss
the remainder of the season after tearing his ACL and PCL during Sunday night’s
loss to the Seattle Seahawks, reports Albert Breer of NFL.com.
San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Mario Manningham is
done for the season after tearing the ACL and PCL in his left knee during
Sunday night's 42-13 loss to the Seattle...
Mario Manningham limped through the locker room on crutches, holding a towel around his waist while trying to keep his head high and sport a smile.
That's not an easy thing to do for the San Francisco 49ers right now.
Manningham is out of the season with left knee injury after he getting tackled low by Leroy Hill and fumbling in the third quarter of San Francisco's 42-13...
San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Mario Manningham will undergo an MRI on his left knee after being injured in Sunday's loss to the Seattle Seahawks. The team did not announce when the MRI will take place, but it will likely occur by Wednesday as the team returns to practice for this Sunday's regular season finale and final tuneup for the playoffs against the visiting Phoenix...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Mario Manningham suffered a torn ACL and PCL during Sunday night’s loss to the Seahawks.
More brutal injuries: 49ers wide receiver Mario Manningham tore his ACL and PCL Sunday night vs. Seattle. Done for season.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 25, 2012
This is a tough blow to the 49ers offense...
San Francisco receiver Mario Manningham's season came to an end in Week 16 after suffering an ACL injury.Fantasy Spin:Manningham wasn't a reliable every-week performer with Alex Smith or Colin Kaepernick under center. The 49ers will use a combination of Randy Moss and rookie A.J. Jenkins across from their No. 1 option Michael Crabtree.
On Christmas Eve, San Francisco 49ers fans learned that WR Mario Manningham would be lost for the remainder of the year after suffering a knee injury. Manningham suffered a torn ACL and PCL in the Niners loss to the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday. The injury now leaves the Niners dangerously thin at the wide receiver position. San Francisco will now roll Randy Moss into the No. 2 receiver...