The San Francisco 49ers released their final injury report for Week 6 Monday Night Football, and there are no big surprises. The most important news for the 49ers is that Vernon Davis seems like a good bet to play on Monday. A week after sitting out an entire week of practice before being inactive in Week 5, Davis was able to participate in all three practice sessions this week. He was listed as limited each of the three practice sessions, and wore a non-contact jersey all three days, but odds seem pretty good he will play against the Rams.
Anthony Davis and Tramaine Brock both sat out another practice session. Brock is listed as out, while Davis is listed as questionable. Neither is expected to play on Sunday, and as we've discussed before, odds are pretty good they will sit out next week against the Broncos as well. The 49ers have a Week 8 bye, so it makes sense to buy that little bit of extra time.
Chris Cook is listed as probable, a day after he was added as limited in practice. Cook, Jerod-Eddie, McDonald, Moody, Williams all got in full practice sessions on Saturday, so that's a plus.
49ers injury report
Out: Tramaine Brock (toe)
Questionable: OT Anthony Davis (knee), TE Vernon Davis (back), C Marcus Martin (knee)
Probable: CB Chris Cook (quadricep), DE Tony Jerod-Eddie (shoulder), Andy Lee (ankle), DT Ray McDonald (knee), LB Nick Moody (hamstring), DT Ian Williams (ankle), Justin Smith (not injury related)