49ers Vs. Rams, Injury Report: Adam Snyder, Bruce Miller Both Listed As Probable

The 49ers and Rams released their final injury reports for the week and the good news for San Francisco is that Adam Snyder and Bruce Miller are both listed as probable. They were both listed as full participants in practice on Friday. Although it was only a walk-through, teams will project how things would have gone in a full-contact practice.

Miller went through the walk-through with the no-contact jersey and hopefully will be back in the starting lineup on Sunday. He has proven pivotal as the 49ers fullback and is actually in second place in Pro Bowl balloting behind Packers fullback John Kuhn. When you get a second, head over and vote for Miller. You don't have to vote for every position so it is easy to hit up a few of the big ones.

Adam Snyder was a full participant on Friday after being limited on Wednesday and Thursday. Snyder suffered a hamstring strain on Thanksgiving and had to sit out most of the game. His absence was incredibly noticeable and it would be nice to get him back in the lineup. It should not be rushed, but if he is good to go, all the better.

49ers
Doubtful
WR Braylon Edwards (knee)

Probable
RB Frank Gore (ankle)
OT Anthony Davis (ankle)
CB Chris Culliver (shoulder)
OG Adam Snyder (hamstring)
FB Bruce Miller (concussion)

Rams
Out
LB Josh Hull (hamstring)
T Mark LeVoir (pectoral)

Questionable
DT Justin Bannan (shoulder)
QB Sam Bradford (ankle)
DE Chris Long (ankle)
S Darian Stewart (head)

Probable
LB Chris Chamberlain (hamstring)
WR Dominique Curry (shoulder)
P Donnie Jones (ankle)
CB Justin King (ankle)
RB Brit Miller (hamstring)

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