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49ers place WR Ray-Ray McCloud on IR, activate two from practice squad

The 49ers made a bevy of roster moves ahead of Sunday’s game against the Seahawks.

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The San Francisco 49ers made a bevy of roster moves ahead of their Week 14 matchup against the Seattle Seahawks.

Amid a rib injury that kept him out last week, the 49ers placed Ray-Ray McCloud on Injured Reserve, meaning that the wideout will miss at least the next four games.

As a result, the 49ers promoted wide receiver Chris Conley to the active roster, taking McCloud’s spot.

Additionally, the 49ers elevated two players from the practice squad as standard elevations: safety Erik Harris and running back Jeremy McNichols.

With Harris being elevated for the second consecutive week, the 49ers will have four available safeties on their active roster for Sunday’s game against Seattle: Tashaun Gipson, Ji’Ayir Brown, Logan Ryan, and Harris.

The 49ers signed Ryan from free agency to the active roster this past week to fill their gaps at safety, as they’ve lost Talanoa Hufanga and George Odum to injuries.

To make room for Ryan, the 49ers cut former third-round draft choice Tyrion Davis-Price, although they re-signed him to the practice squad, releasing receiver Isaiah Winstead.