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49ers injury report: Michael Crabtree questionable, Anthony Davis out

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The 49ers and Cowboys released their final injury reports for Sunday. We take a look at what to make of the 49ers side of things.

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The San Francisco 49ers and Dallas Cowboys released their final injury reports. We already knew about Anthony Davis being out, but we have a few new details. Michael Crabtree is listed as questionable, and while that technically means 50/50, I'd be shocked if Crabtree did not play on Sunday. He is getting through a calf issue, but this will be his first NFL game in his hometown. He is playing.

Chris Culliver and Vance McDonald were Thursday additions to the injury report, and they are both listed as probably for Sunday's game. There have been no indications they won't play, and the probable tag is pretty much a, "yep, they'll play" type of deal. Culliver and the other 49ers cornerbacks could face a fairly tall order on Sunday. Dez Bryant will get his share of matchups across the field, but Terrance Williams will be someone to watch on Sunday. He's listed as questionable with a back issue, but apparently it's just a bruise suffered in practice, and he should be good to go. He is a guy I think could break out this season, so the 49ers corners will have their hands full, even beyond just Dez Bryant.

49ers

Out: OT Anthony Davis (hamstring), C Marcus Martin (knee)
Questionable: WR Michael Crabtree (calf)
Probable: CB Chris Culliver (ankle), TE Vance McDonald (hamstring)

Cowboys

Out: DE Anthony Spencer (knee), T Darrion Weems (shoulder)
Questionable: G Zack Martin (foot), DT Terrell McClain (ankle), WR Terrance Williams (back)
Probable: QB Tony Romo (back), DE George Selvie (shoulder)