49ers Week 17 Injury Report: Active Roster Gets Clean Bill Of Health Prior To Rams Showdown In LAThe San Francisco 49ers have a four-game winning streak, and they have a chance to make it five straight to close out the 2017 regular season on Sunday in Los Angeles against the division-rival Rams. The best news for the 49ers is that everyone on the active roster is healthy and ready to play.
49ers Week 16 Injury Report: Celek Questionable, Mabin Doubtful For SF Home Finale Sunday Against JagsThe San Francisco 49ers have won three straight games, but they face a big challenge in the home finale at Levi's Stadium on Sunday as the Jacksonville Jaguars come to town. The good news is that the 49ers roster continues to be pretty healthy, all things considered.
49ers Team Headlines: San Francisco's Last Realistic Chance To Avoid 1-15Considering a home matchup against the playoff-bound Seattle Seahawks in Week 17 is the final game of the 2016 NFL regular season, this Saturday's road trip to Los Angeles represents the final real chance the San Francisco 49ers have for a win this year.
49ers Re-Sign TE Garrett Celek To 4-Year ExtensionThe San Francisco 49ers have signed tight end Garrett Celek to a four-year contract extension. The 49ers finalized the deal on Tuesday to keep Celek from becoming an unrestricted free agent next month.
49ers Tight End Celek Goes On Season-Ending Injured ReserveTight end Garrett Celek has been placed on season-ending injured reserve because of a high left ankle sprain. Celek was injured during a 19-13 loss to the Arizona Cardinals on Nov. 29.
Injury Report: 49ers Head To Chicago With Banged-Up LinebackersThe Chicago Bears have a couple of dynamic running backs ready to take advantage of the San Francisco 49ers defensive injury woes, which include three linebackers that were limited in workouts on Thursday. Otherwise, the 49ers have no new major injury concerns as they head to the Midwest to face off against the Bears on Sunday at Soldier Field. Instead, the team can focus on winning its first road game of the 2015 regular season.
49ers Thankful For Celek, Lynch And Pinion This SeasonThe San Francisco 49ers have a bye this weekend, and that makes this a perfect time to look at which players have stood out this season for the right reasons—and which players have stood out for the wrong ones.
49ers Really Need Boldin And Hyde To Heal During Bye WeekWith an extra week of preparation and rest before they head up to Seattle for a November 22 matchup against the hated Seahawks, the San Francisco 49ers are hoping that wide receiver Anquan Boldin and running back Carlos Hyde heal well enough to face the final seven games of the season with confidence. The 49ers offense is the worst in the NFL by almost any measurement, and without Boldin and Hyde, there's no chance it improves.
Team Grades: 49ers Overcome Adversity At Levi's To Beat FalconsNo Vernon Davis? No problem. No Colin Kaepernick? No problem. No Carlos Hyde? No problem. The San Francisco 49ers started a trio of reserves at key offensive positions, and the team's defense rose to the occasion nicely at home.
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.