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49ers-Cardinals Final Injury Report And Mike Singletary Transcript

The San Francisco 49ers and Arizona Cardinals released their final injury reports leading up to Monday night's game between the two teams. Usually, we'd have had this yesterday, but the Monday game has everything a day late (which conveniently worked out to getting Thanksgiving off, good for them) so we're getting this today.

Not a whole lot to be surprised by, safety Dashon Goldson remains questionable and Joe Nedney remains on the report, while Shane Andrus remains signed ... I think, I've actually been away from things  lately so I might be a little bit out of the loop, but let's get to the report either way.

OT Joe Staley (fibula

CB William James (concussion)
K Joe Nedney (right knee)

CB Nate Clements (ankle)
OT Anthony Davis (ankle)
TE Vernon Davis (ankle)
RB Frank Gore (ankle)
WR Josh Morgan (shoulder)

WR Steve Breaston (knee)
DE Calais Campbell (ankle)
LB Clark Haggans (groin)
RB LaRod Stephens-Howling (hamstring)
CB Gregory Toler (foot)
DT Dan Williams (toe)

CB Michael Adams (ribs)
DT Darnell Dockett (shoulder)
WR Early Doucet (head)
S Kerry Rhodes (hand, back)
LB Reggie Walker (hamstring)


Head Coach Mike Singletary
Post Practice - November 27, 2010
San Francisco 49ers

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On whether he has had any conversations with Broncos head coach Josh McDaniels:

"No, I really don't expect to, just looking forward to Arizona. I'm not even concerned about that. That's behind us and we're moving on."

On whether he's received a voicemail from McDaniels:

"Not that I know of."

On whether he was surprised:

"You know what guys, let's talk about Arizona. I don't really care about that stuff, seriously. It didn't affect us, let's just move on."

On when he found out about it:


On K Joe Nedney's status:

"Joe Nedney is doubtful, questionable. Let's say doubtful."

On whether there are any other injuries he's concerned with:

"No, not really. We have a couple of guys questionable here and there, but so far, so good. We just have to see game time situation."

On whether TE Delanie Walker has taken a leadership role on special teams:

"He has. He's taken a leadership role really on this team. I think he's a guy that on special teams he prides himself on getting down field and making plays. I think when he has a chance to have his number called on offense, he's done a good job, he's made plays and he's just really stepped up. I'm very excited about that for him."

On whether LT Barry Sims will remain at starter:

"So far so good."

On whether there is any play to rotate guys or do you want to see them in from start to finish:

"Well, you know unless something happens in the game that we have to do that, but right now he's the guy."