Oct. 27 (UPI) — The San Francisco 49ers rash of accidents continues because the NFL season enters Week 8, with vast receiver Deebo Samuel and operating again Jeff Wilson Jr. every anticipated to miss an extended interval of time.
49ers coach Kyle Shanahan up to date his gamers’ damage statuses on Monday when he met with reporters.
“Deebo Samuel had a hamstring pressure. He’ll be out this week [and] with the [next] Thursday evening sport, more than likely in opposition to Inexperienced Bay,” Shanahan mentioned. “Then Jeff Wilson Jr. had a excessive ankle sprain. He’ll go on injured reserve more than likely later this week.”
Samuel sustained his hamstring pressure within the fourth quarter of the 49ers 33-6 win over the New England Patriots on Sunday in Foxborough, Mass. Wilson sustained his ankle damage within the third quarter of the Week 7 victory.
Samuel had 5 catches for 65 yards earlier than his exit. Wilson had 112 yards and three touchdowns on 17 carries earlier than his departure.
The 49ers face the Seattle Seahawks at 4:25 p.m. EDT on Sunday in Seattle. They then host the Inexperienced Bay Packers on Nov. 5 in Santa Clara, Calif. Shanahan hinted that Samuel will miss each video games. The 49ers vast receiver additionally missed time earlier this season due to a damaged foot.
Wilson will miss no less than the following three video games after he goes on injured reserve.
The 49ers will seemingly flip to Jerick McKinnon and JaMycal Hasty to lead their backfield. Beginning operating again Raheem Mostert can also be on injured reserve due to an ankle damage.
Shanahan mentioned backup operating again Tevin Coleman — who’s eligible to return from injured reserve — might return on the finish of the week, however he can be “stunned” if the operating again can observe by Wednesday. Coleman is recovering from a sprained knee.
Wilson has 238 yards from scrimmage and 5 touchdowns on 44 touches this season. Samuel has 185 yards and a rating on 16 catches.
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