Top wideout Deebo Samuel (knee) has been ruled out for Sunday, but San Francisco is nonetheless unlikely to give Martin more than a few offensive snaps against Las Vegas. 3 HOURS AGO • ROTOWIRE NBC's 'Sunday Night Football' rolls with new broadcast crew Although NBC’s “Sunday Night Football” featured new faces in the booth and production truck before the season started, the broadcasts continue to deliver at a high level11 HOURS AGO • ASSOCIATED PRESS Deebo Samuel set to miss 3rd straight game for 49ers San Francisco 49ers star receiver Deebo Samuel will miss Sunday’s game against Las Vegas even after returning to practice for two days this week1 DAY AGO • ASSOCIATED PRESS Javon Kinlaw - Good to go Week 17 Kinlaw (knee) does not carry an injury designation for Sunday's game versus the Raiders, Jennifer Lee Chan of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
com reports. Impact Samuel worked out Wednesday and returned to a limited practice Thursday, sparking some hope he might return for Sunday's game in Las Vegas. Wagoner believes Samuel is more likely to come back Week 18, though at that point it might only be a in a limited role to warm up for the postseason if the 49ers don't have much left to play for in terms of seeding.
Impact After missing Wednesday's session entirely due to an illness, Bosa was able to partake in Thursday's practice without limitations, ultimately putting him back on track to continue starting at defensive end against the Raiders come New Year's Day. The Pro Bowl selection currently leads the league with 17. 5 sacks despite having missed a game this season. 2 DAYS AGO • ROTOWIRE Jordan Mason - Stays limited Thursday Mason (hamstring) practiced in a limited fashion Thursday, Eric Branch of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Impact Mason only managed 17 snaps on special teams this past Saturday versus the Commanders after his hamstring tightened up on him last Wednesday.
In any case, Samuel hasn't yet been ruled out for Week 17 and could perhaps still push for a 'questionable' designation on the final injury report if he looks good in practice. 1 DAY AGO • ROTOWIRE Analysis: With 1 more game, more teams in NFL playoff race With two weeks remaining in the NFL season, only eight teams have been eliminated from the playoff race1 DAY AGO • ASSOCIATED PRESS Curry, Henry, Kupp, Judge among most bet-on athletes of 2022 Saint Peter’s was among the most profitable teams for sports bettors in 20221 DAY AGO • ASSOCIATED PRESS Raiders QB Jarrett Stidham has NFL 'dream come true' Las Vegas Raiders quarterback Jarrett Stidham called getting the opportunity to start his first NFL game “a dream come true. ”2 DAYS AGO • ASSOCIATED PRESS Nick Bosa - Logs full activity Thursday Bosa (illness) practiced fully Thursday, per the team's official site.
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San Francisco’s win was all the more impressive given that Washington averaged just 19. 71 points allowed for the season. Among the leaders for San Francisco was TE George Kittle, who caught six passes for two TDs and 120 yards. This reception performance made it the first game Kittle received for more than 100 yards. Special teams accumulated 13 points for San Francisco.
Impact Kinlaw went on IR with a knee injury sustained during the Week 3 win over Denver, and he missed every game before returning to the active roster ahead of last Sunday's win versus the Commanders. The 2020 first-round pick ended up logging one tackle over 14 defensive snaps against Washington and opened Week 17 prep as a non-participant in Wednesday's practice. Kinlaw then ramped up his participation with a limited session Thursday, so it's possible he could again see limited defensive snaps during the second-to-last game of the regular season. 1 DAY AGO • ROTOWIRE Elijah Mitchell - Practice window not open yet Coach Kyle Shanahan relayed that Mitchell (knee) didn't practice Friday due to an illness, Matt Barrows of The Athletic reports. Impact Shanahan hinted Monday that a return to practice for Mitchell was possible before week's end, which would have opened his 21-day window to return from injured reserve.
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How to Watch Raiders vs 49ers: TV Channel, NFL Live Stream Info, Start Time - Washington Newswho plays San [email protected] Vegas Current records: San Francisco 11-4; Vegas 6-9 What you should know The San Francisco 49ers take on the Las Vegas Raiders Sunday at 4:05 p. m. ET at Allegiant Stadium. San Francisco has a defense that only allows 15. 33 points per game, so Las Vegas offense will have their work cut out. Last week, the 49ers and Washington Commanders were tied 7-7 at halftime, but San Francisco improved in the second half to a 37-20 win.
1 DAY AGO • ROTOWIRE Deebo Samuel - Won't return this week Samuel (knee) has been ruled out for Sunday's game at Las Vegas, Jennifer Lee Chan of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. Impact Samuel will miss a third straight game even after returning to a limited practice Thursday. He reportedly didn't do much Friday, suggesting he's no lock to make it back Week 18 against the Cardinals, though the dual-threat wideout at least seems to be on track for the playoffs. 1 DAY AGO • ROTOWIRE Deebo Samuel - Not doing much at practice Samuel (knee) didn't appear to do much during the early portion of Friday's practice, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.
With Mason now off the injury report, a return to the No. 2 role is possible. 1 DAY AGO • ROTOWIRE Christian McCaffrey - Ready to rock McCaffrey (knee) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Raiders, Jennifer Lee Chan of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. Impact McCaffrey has been playing through the knee injury for about a month and nonetheless handled at least 16 touches and 70 percent of offensive snaps in each of the past four games. The Niners have been cautious with his workload late in games when ahead by multiple scores, but they've otherwise given McCaffrey all the work he can handle, including 32 touches just two weeks ago in a 21-13 win over Seattle. The matchup this weekend bodes well for his efficiency, even if he does lose some carries to Jordan Mason (hamstring) and/or Tyrion Davis-Price.
Lance is expected to be healthy by OTAs in May, but in the meantime the team will continue to operate with rookie Brock Purdy under center with Jimmy Garoppolo (foot) sidelined. 2 HOURS AGO • ROTOWIRE Tay Martin - Elevated for Sunday's contest The 49ers elevated Martin from their practice squad to the active roster ahead of Sunday's Week 17 clash with the Raiders, Josh Dubow of The Associated Press reports. Impact Martin was previously elevated in late October ahead of a Week 8 win over the Rams, and he logged one offensive snap and five special-teams snaps in that contest.
Instead, Mitchell has caught the bug that's impacted a few 49ers this week, thus delaying his first on-field work since spraining his MCL on Nov. 27. Assuming he's designated for return from IR next week, he'll have a chance to play Week 18 against the Cardinals, but more realistically the team is aiming to have him available for the postseason as a backfield option behind Christian McCaffrey. 1 DAY AGO • ROTOWIRE Jordan Mason - Cleared from injury report Mason (hamstring) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Raiders, Jennifer Lee Chan of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. Impact Mason suited up with the hamstring injury last week against Washington but only played special teams while Tyrion Davis-Price operated as the No. 2 running back behind Christian McCaffrey.
San Francisco 49ers News - NFL49ers QB Trey Lance undergoes 2nd operation on ankle San Francisco 49ers quarterback Trey Lance underwent a second operation on his injured right ankle but is still expected to recover by the start of the offseason program2 HOURS AGO • ASSOCIATED PRESS Trey Lance - Has follow-up surgery Lance underwent a procedure Friday to extract hardware from his right ankle that was inserted during the initial surgery back in September. Impact Lance suffered a fibula fracture and ligament disruption in his right ankle Week 2 that ended his second campaign. The 49ers reported Saturday that as he proceeded through his rehab, the "close proximity proved to cause irritation" in the ankle in question, which, after reaching out to a number of experts, forced Friday's surgery.
We’ll find out if San Francisco can add another positive note to their tally, or if the Raiders can shrug off the loss and take the spring away from San Francisco. How to see When: Sunday at 4:05 p. ET From where: Allegiant Stadium – Paradise, Nevada TV: FOX Consequences: CBS Sports App opportunities The 49ers are a big favorite against the Raiders at 9. 5 points, according to the latest NFL odds. Over/Under: -109 See NFL picks for every single game, including this one, from SportsLine’s advanced computer model. Get tips now. series history San Francisco has won the only game these two teams have played in the past eight years.
K Robbie Gould delivered a perfect 3v3 game. Meanwhile, it was close but no cigar for Las Vegas as they lost 13-10 to the Pittsburgh Steelers last week. QB Derek Carr had a memorable game, but not in the way you’d like to remember: despite one touchdown, he threw three interceptions for just 5. 8 yards per pass attempt. San Francisco is the favorite in this instance with an expected 9. 5 point lead over the win. They might be worth taking a risk against the spread as they currently have a streak of six straight ATS wins. The San Francisco win lifted them to 11-4, while the Las Vegas loss dropped them to 6-9.
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