49ers Week 15 Injury Report: OT Brown Out, Two CBs Questionable For Titans GameThe Tennessee Titans come to Levi's Stadium on Sunday with a shiny 8-5 record and some postseason aspirations. The San Francisco 49ers have two straight games behind new starting quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo. Both teams are relatively healthy, so something has to give in Week 15.
49ers Week 14 Injury Report: OT Brown Questionable But Expected To Play Against TexansThe San Francisco 49ers are healthy and confident, coming off a Week 13 win in Chicago and heading to Houston for Week 14. They have just one player listed on the injury report, too.
49ers Week 13 Injury Report: Brown, Colbert And Witherspoon Questionable For Bears GameIt might be a miracle, but the San Francisco 49ers have just three players listed on the official injury report Friday in advance of Week 13's game in Chicago against the Bears. Considering the health of the opponent's defense, perhaps the 49ers can secure their second victory of the 2017 regular season.
49ers Week 12 Injury Report: Coming Off Bye Week, SF Much Healthier On DefenseThe San Francisco 49ers had the week off, and it seems to have done the roster some good in terms of healing players with nagging injuries. With a 1-9 record, the 49ers have had a rough season on and off the field with injuries, but heading into Sunday's game at Levi's Stadium against the Seattle Seahawks, the team looks stronger than it has since September.
49ers Week 8 Injury Report: Roster Slowly Getting Healthier Prior To Philly Road TripThe San Francisco 49ers are coming off their worst loss of the season, but the good news is that the team is looking at a healthier roster than it has had in prior weeks of the 2017 NFL regular season. Whether or not that pays off on the field is yet to be seen.
Rookie O-Lineman Trent Brown Finding Way With 49ersTrent Brown accepted the compliment by way of his coaches: The Atlanta Falcons didn't even recognize him on tape last month. That's how far the rookie offensive lineman has come to improve himself physically in his first season with San Francisco.