The San Francisco 49ers may have a couple more injuries, although it is too early to know exactly what is going on. According to beat writers at practice, Adam Snyder went down with a left leg injury, with some describing it as a knee injury. He was down for a couple minutes, but then got up and limped off the field. Additionally, per Cam Inman, wide receiver Quinton Patton left the field with a trainer, but there is no word on what happened.
Here are the tweets from the beat writers regarding Snyder's injury:
#49ers Adam Snyder apparently has sustained a left-knee injury. Was playing left guard, looked in agony. Walked off field on own.— Cam Inman (@CamInman) August 10, 2014
#49ers Adam Snyder, playing LG, goes down with left knee injury. He got up after several minutes and is walking with noticeable limp.— Matt Maiocco (@MaioccoCSN) August 10, 2014
Adam Snyder, playing left guard, went down with apparent knee injury. Took himself out of drills earlier in practice, too. Limped off field.— Matt Barrows (@mattbarrows) August 10, 2014
#49ers backup OL Adam Snyder left practice with leg injury. Was on ground for several minutes before walking off, slowly, with head trainer.— Eric Branch (@Eric_Branch) August 10, 2014
It's too early to tell what the injury entails, but it does potentially make the guard situation a little more tenuous for now. Snyder can play all five positions on the line, and given some of the early struggles of Jonathan Martin and Joe Looney on Thursday, Snyder remains a potentially key cog to the offensive line reserves.
Greg Roman is meeting with the media after practice, and I would imagine he will get a question about each of the injuries. I do not expect much in the way of detail, but maybe we'll get lucky.