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Golden Nuggets: Which Cardinals QB Will The 49ers Face On Sunday?

Your daily San Francisco 49ers news for Thursday, November 4, 2021

7 more roster moves for 49ers as practice windows open for injured players

“Tight end George Kittle, kicker Robbie Gould and running back Jeff Wilson Jr. were all back on the practice field after absences because of stints on injured lists.”

49ers Injury Report: Deebo Samuel Aggravates Calf Injury

“He reaggravated it,” said Shanahan. “It was hurting him the week before and he played a lot and through a lot and it felt worse after.”

Kyler Murray to Be a Game-Time Decision for Cardinals vs. 49ers with Ankle Injury

“Kingsbury said there was a possibility of Murray playing even if he didn’t practice all week.”

Cardinals place veteran WR A.J. Green on reserve/COVID-19 list

“Head coach Kliff Kingsbury has noted in the past that his team is 100% vaccinated. If that’s the case and Green is, in fact, vaccinated, he would need two negative COVID-19 tests taken 24 hours apart for him to come off the reserve list, so there is still a chance that he suits up Sunday in Santa Clara.”

Deebo Samuel wins NFC Offensive Player of the Week

“Samuel churned out 171 yards on six catches, including an 83-yard jaunt on a third-and-20 screen pass to set up the 49ers’ first touchdown in the third quarter. Head coach Kyle Shanahan tried to draw up a play to get Samuel in the end zone on a hand off, but the timing of the play was broken and Samuel helped pave the way for a Jimmy Garoppolo rushing score instead.”

Another award: Rookie RB Elijah Mitchell wins FedEx Ground NFL Player of the Week

“Because he won the FedEX Ground NFL Player of the Week award, FedEx is going to donate $2,000 in Mitchell’s name to a Historically Black College or University. That $2,000 will. be put toward needs-based scholarships to HBCU students.”

“At the end of the day, I’m a winner”: 49ers QB Jimmy Garoppolo discusses blocking out the noise

“The noise that you’re talking about, whether you played good, bad, or indifferent, that noise is always going to be there,” Garoppolo said. “It’s just kind of something that comes with the territory, I guess. You’ve got to embrace it, in a way. It’s when people aren’t talking about you, that’s when you’re really in trouble. Then you’re not too important at that point.”

Should 49ers have drafted Mac Jones? Joe Montana gives candid take

“If I were the 49ers, I would have taken the kid (Mac Jones) from Alabama last year,” Joe Montana said Tuesday on ESPN’s “College Football Live” show. “Nothing against the guy (Trey Lance) that they took, it’s just a more pro-style offense, more used to being in tough situations.”