49ers vs. Rams: Final Injury Report

The San Francisco 49ers and St. Louis Rams released their final injury reports for this Sunday's matchup. The 49ers decision to sign a tight end suddenly makes sense as Nate Byham has been ruled out with a heel injury. Anthony Dixon is banged up but Singletary said he expects him to play.

The Rams biggest injury concerns are defensive end Chris Long and offensive tackle Jason Smith listed as questionable. Long missed the first day of practice this week and then was limited yesterday and today. Smith was a late addition to the injury list as he practiced fully on Wednesday and then was limited yesterday and today with an ankle injury. If both of these guys are somewhat limited on Sunday it can only mean good things for the 49ers.

After the jump we've got the full injury reports...

49ers
Out
OT Joe Staley (fibula)
TE Nate Byham (heel)

Questionable
RB Anthony Dixon (ankle)

Probable
CB Nate Clements (knee)
WR Josh Morgan (shoulder)
LB Takeo Spikes (hand)
RB Brian Westbrook (not injury related)
LB Patrick Willis (hand)
RB DeShawn Wynn (ankle)

Rams
Out
TE Mike Hoomanawanui (ankle)

Questionable
DE Chris Long (thigh)
OT Jason Smith (ankle)

Probable
RB Ken Darby (chest)

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