clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Golden Nuggets: Tevin Coleman, the Dontae Johnson of RBs

Your daily San Francisco 49ers news for Thursday, September 22, 2022

If you buy something from an SB Nation link, Vox Media may earn a commission. See our ethics statement.

Lance, Warner share heartwarming moment after ankle injury

“You’re going to be good, brother,” Warner told Lance. “We’re good baby, we got your back. We got your back. It’s all love baby.”

Kyle Shanahan provides injury updates as George Kittle starts week active

“Kyle Shanahan confirmed Wednesday that Lance is done for the year — and that there’s no chance for him to return — but expects him back healthy for next season.”

Jimmy Garoppolo getting quick chemistry lesson with 49ers’ new receivers (paywall)

“Last week, Kurt Benkert was a fantasy football manager whose lineup included Deebo Samuel and the 49ers defense. On Wednesday he was sharing a locker room with Samuel and the 49ers defense. (He’s two lockers down from Javon Kinlaw).”

Branch: Interior design: 49ers’ unproven linemen off to strong start (paywall)

“[Al Woods] is a very big individual,” Burford said. “I asked him how much he weighed during the game. And he said a pretty hefty number. I’m not going to put his business out there like that, but, yeah, he’s a big human being.”

49ers guard Aaron Banks doing ‘a hell of a job,’ says Kyle Shanahan

“I’ve been real happy with him these first two weeks,” head coach Kyle Shanahan said of Banks. “I think he took a step up in Week 1 from the preseason. And I think he even took a greater step up in Week 2 compared to Week 1. I thought he had one of [his] better games on offense. He did a hell of a job.”

What Kyle Juszczyk said about the 49ers’ transition from Trey Lance

“I just want to start with I don’t want to downplay how much we feel for Trey,” fullback Kyle Juszczyk said in the locker room before Wednesday’s practice. “That was our guy. We wish he was still out here doing his thing, but it’s been a good transition. And granted, it’s been like two days, so from what we’ve experienced so far, it’s been good and seamless. I mean, Jimmy’s been our quarterback here. This is like his sixth year, so you would expect him to be familiar and know what we’re doing.”

Silver: How 49ers QB Jimmy Garoppolo went from powerless to powerful (paywall)

“Garoppolo, who already has plenty of money, would be in line for a lot more. And for the first time, thanks to a recently restructured deal, he’d have the power.”

Improbably, 49ers QB Jimmy Garoppolo finds himself in best situation of his career (paywall)

“It looks as good as we could have hoped,” ElAttrache said. “The tissue is healed. His range of motion is there. Any part of measurable strength that I can do has all returned to normal.”

49ers’ Jeff Wilson: Trey Lance was ready to prove critics wrong

“He was already a general on the field,” running back Jeff Wilson told KNBR’s Brian Murphy and Markus Boucher. “He already had the respect of everybody. So none of that was ever the problem. It hurts to see because you can tell—you know how you can tell that somebody is really becoming comfortable, like feels good in their own skin?

“You could that moment was coming that everybody knew he was capable of. It was right around the corner. Shoot, it probably would have even been that game. So that’s why it’s so tough because you can just—like even in the huddle—you could just see it in his eyes.”

Branch: Good news for 49ers in high-decibel Denver: Jimmy Garoppolo is a loudmouth (paywall)

“Brendel said Garoppolo can project like an “opera singer.”

49ers place Trey Lance on injured reserve, bring back familiar face in series of moves

“The San Francisco 49ers today announced they have promoted RB Marlon Mack to the active roster from the team’s practice squad. In order to make room on the roster, the team placed QB Trey Lance on the Injured Reserve List. The team also signed QB Kurt Benkert and RB Tevin Coleman to the team’s practice squad and released CB Kary Vincent Jr.”