Finally some good news for San Francisco 49ers defensive tackle Glenn Dorsey after having to undergo biceps surgery. When Dorsey got injured in training camp it was believed that he would miss the entire season after having surgery. Now–optimism.
Head coach Jim Harbaugh told CSNBayArea.com that there is a “very good chance” that Dorsey could possibly return prior to the end...
Apparently a torn bicep is not hold the 49ers back from extending defensive lineman Glenn Dorsey to a two year extension through the 2016 season on Tuesday.
The #49ers signed NT Glenn Dorsey to a two-year contract extension, club announces.
— Matt Maiocco (@MaioccoCSN) August 19, 2014
In one year with the 49ers, Dorsey has recorded 41 total tackles and two sacks.
We still wait...
If you haven’t been paying attention to the 49ers training camp, you probably have missed a lot. It’s as if you blink and something new happens.
So let’s get you up to date.
Nose tackle Glenn Dorsey tore his bicep Friday at camp and will need surgery. He is out for the year. There has been talk that he may return, but it is highly unlikely.
Spoke to physician re: #49ers NT...
Glenn Dorsey was one of the best run-stoppers in the NFL last season, finishing 5th in run stop percentage at the defensive tackle/nose tackle position. He will undergo surgery on his torn biceps Monday morning, giving us a better prognosis of his future. Regardless, Dorsey will likely miss the entire season.
Who will the 49ers use to replace Dorsey? State your case...
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that 49ers NT Glenn Dorsey is done for the season after suffering a torn bicep in this week’s practice. Dorsey, 29, signed a two-year, $6 million contract with the team last year and has a base salary of $2.3 million for the upcoming season. The post Report: 49ers Lose NT Glenn Dorsey For The Season appeared first on NFL Trade Rumors -.
Matt Barrows of Sacramento Bee writes that the 49ers could consider fielding trade offers for one of their nose tackles – Glenn Dorsey or Ian Williams.
Barrows points out that the 49ers only employ a nose tackle on around 40 percent of their defensive plays, but Dorsey and Williams are both starting-caliber players.
On top of that, Barrows mentions that Quinton Dial has...
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. AP Photo Planned.) By JANIE McCAULEY AP Sports Writer Glenn Dorsey quickly emerged as a stabilizing force in the middle of San Francisco's dominant, imposing defensive line.
An emergency fill-in at first, Dorsey has made significant strides each week that tell him and his coaches he is becoming comfortable with the defensive scheme and his technique...
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December 05, 2013