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Injury updates from 49ers Training Camp

Bosa, Verrett, Goodwin, and Blair

San Francisco 49ers Rookie Camp Photo by Michael Zagaris/San Francisco 49ers/Getty Images

UPDATE 1:58 p.m: Bosa and Verrett are both undergoing MRIs for ankle injuries.

Practice just finished up here, and it was quite the day from the red zone period when the offense dominated the defense, to the physicality and intensity. The energy was much better on Wednesday than Tuesday.

There were a couple of scares on the injury front today, but neither of them seems to be too serious. Nick Bosa was rolled up on a run play to the right during one of the first few team periods. He was down for a while and eventually was helped off the field. We don’t have specifics on the injury just yet, but Bosa walked off the field with help from the trainers favoring his right leg. You’ll be the first to know once we have an update on the San Francisco 49ers first-round pick. Bosa has been awesome. I’d imagine we don’t see him Saturday against the Dallas Cowboys.

Marquise Goodwin went down right in front of me. He was running on air, and his cleat kicked his shin. He seriously injured himself. He was down for a while, and Kyle Shanahan called up the team for a huddle. Though Goodwin was down for a couple of minutes, he returned shortly and continued to practice. So we’re all good there.

The other injury was to Jason Verrett. He’s been limited during the team portion of practice, so I’m not sure when exactly his injury happened. He looked fine whenever he was in there, and never was being looked at by the trainers. Out in public, at least. So that will be something to monitor.

Robert Saleh spoke with the media afterward and was tight-lipped about Bosa and Verrett’s injury, but was optimistic that neither of the injuries was serious. We’ll be back with updates.

Ronald Blair also sat out of practice today with a groin injury. That injury took place during 1-on-1’s yesterday. There’s no word on the severity of that injury.