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49ers injury updates: Compton and Givens are ruled out: D.J. Jones, Moseley are doubtful

Deebo Samuel is healthy and good to go

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San Francisco 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan met with the media after Friday’s practice to provide injury updates. Wide receiver Deebo Samuel is good to go. Shanahan said Samuel’s foot soreness shouldn’t be something Deebo has to deal with for the rest of the season, so there shouldn’t be any concerns there.

Tom Compton was ruled out with a concussion, so rookie Colton McKivitz will start at the right guard. He’s going to have his hands full with Johnathan Allen and Washington’s interior front.

Kevin Givens is out as well due to the COVID-19 protocols as he and his family just celebrated the birth of their child. With D.J. Jones doubtful with an ankle injury, that means more Kentavius Street, which hasn’t been good news this season. That puts more pressure on Javon Kinlaw and Arik Armstead if and when he kicks inside at defensive tackle.

K’Waun Williams is listed as questionable with an ankle injury, but he’ll play. He went through drills all week and looked healthy:

He’ll help San Francisco’s run defense as well as limit the coverage busts in the secondary.

WR Deebo Samuel (foot) will play.


CB K’Waun Williams (ankle)


DL D.J. Jones (ankle)

CB Emmanuel Moseley (hamstring)


OL Tom Compton (concussion)

DL Kevin Givens (not injury related)

OL Hronniss Grasu (knee)