The San Francisco 49ers are back at practice on Tuesday, and they have a couple players who will likely be on this week’s report. Anthony Davis is working through the NFL’s concussion protocol, while Jaquiski Tartt is dealing with an unknown issue.
#49ers RT Anthony Davis (concussion) was on a stationary bike in the weight room during practice.— Eric Branch (@Eric_Branch) September 20, 2016
#49ers safety Jaquiski Tartt is in weight room with unknown condition. He's not taking part in the start of practice.— Matt Maiocco (@MaioccoCSN) September 20, 2016
Davis suffered his concussion last Thursday, and the process requires he be asymptomatic at rest, then after exertion, then pass a contact test. There is no word on the severity of his concussion symptoms, so we will wait and see what this week brings with the blue non-contact jersey and each injury report.
Tartt’s issue, whatever it might be, is concerning in light of the loss of Ray-Ray Armstrong to injured reserve. Gerald Hodges and Michael Wilhoite will likely handle a lot of the ILB work, but Tartt could contribute as a third safety in nickel or dime packages. Once we know more about his injury, we’ll have a better idea of what to make of things.