The San Francisco 49ers released their final injury report going into Sunday’s game against the Seattle Seahawks, and there aren’t any real surprises. We learned earlier on Friday that rookie safety Adrian Colbert was ruled out with a thumb injury and that offensive tackle Trent Brown was added to the report.
Brown is the biggest concern, as we already discussed. He’s perhaps the best player on the team’s offense and is officially questionable for Sunday’s game. He was a full participant in practice on Wednesday and Thursday, but injured the shoulder in the final plays of practice on Thursday, making him miss Friday’s session entirely.
Solomon Thomas remains on the injury report with an MCL injury, and is listed as questionable. The 49ers released linebacker Ray-Ray Armstrong to make room on the active roster for Tank Carradine, returning from injured reserve. If Carradine is good to go, I could see Thomas being inactive or getting a significantly reduced workload.
Finally, rookie tight end George Kittle has been removed from the injury report. He’s shown flashes of strong play this season, running good routes and blocking well, but I’d like to see more out of him over the next few games to really feel secure about the tight end position going into the offseason.
You can find the 49ers’ final injury report for Sunday’s game below.
49ers final injury report
Out: S Adrian Colbert (thumb - DNP, DNP, DNP)
Questionable: T Trent Brown (shoulder - N/A, N/A, DNP), RB Raheem Mostert (shoulder - limited, limited, limited), WR Trent Taylor (ribs - limited, limited, limited), DE Solomon Thomas (knee - limited, limited, limited)