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Official Season Injury Thread

We can't afford to lose linemen.
The two Matts say Baas is out for few days. Will be re-evaluated next week. Balmer back in pads today.
Balmer is dressed and ready for practice they said. I think Baas is gonna be checked out later this week. Hopefully it not to bad
Originally posted by tohara3:
Balmer is dressed and ready for practice they said. I think Baas is gonna be checked out later this week. Hopefully it not to bad

Every year with this guy. Probably not serious but he's always getting hurt during training camp. I hope Wragge has a good camp because of it.

[ Edited by vermonator on Aug 5, 2009 at 10:28:43 ]
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any update you want is there

[ Edited by brucesf49 on Aug 5, 2009 at 10:59:33 ]
When I say Season Injury, I don't mean season-ending injury; I want to see how long this thread lasts and hopefully use it as a tool until week 17 and playoffs.

So Far:

Brandon Jones - WR - 6-10 weeks with a fracture in shoulder
Walt Harris - CB - on IR
Michael Clayton - RB - ACL - Season
Zack Keasey - FB - Arm - ?

Please correct me if I am wrong and add to this.

Thanks
I really feel bad for Clayton. A lot of people thought this was his year to get some playing time. What a bummer......
david baas
So Far:

Brandon Jones - WR - 6-10 weeks with a fracture in shoulder
Walt Harris - CB - on IR
Michael Clayton - RB - ACL - Season
Zack Keasey - FB - Arm - ?
David Baas - Guard - ?

San Francisco 49ers
Date Pos Player Injury NFL Status Fantasy News
08/15/09 RB Thomas Clayton Knee Questionable for Aug. 22 preseason game vs. Oakland
08/15/09 LB Zak Keasey Forearm Doubtful for start of regular season
08/14/09 DB Tarell Brown Toe Questionable for Aug. 22 preseason game at Seattle
08/14/09 RB Michael Robinson Groin Questionable for Aug. 22 preseason game at Seattle
08/14/09 TE Delanie Walker Concussion Questionable for Aug. 22 preseason game at Seattle
08/14/09 LB Patrick Willis Ankle Questionable for Aug. 22 preseason game at Seattle
08/07/09 WR Brandon Jones Shoulder Doubtful for start of regular season
06/09/09 WR Michael Crabtree Foot Questionable for start of training camp


Please correct me if I am wrong and add to this.

Man, we're getting all banged up.
The Brandon Jones injury is far and away the biggest blow so far. It looked like he was going to get out of the gate fast. As for Walt Harris, I wasn't expecting much from him this season. The other guys are marginal players who would have a tough time making the team.
--LB Patrick Willis (ankle) and TE Delanie Walker (concussion) are scheduled to return to practice Monday, Singletary said. CB Tarell Brown (toe) is scheduled to resume running. RB Michael Robinson (groin) and G David Baas (foot) are listed as day-to-day.
Originally posted by RedAndGold4Life:
So Far:

Brandon Jones - WR - 6-10 weeks with a fracture in shoulder
Walt Harris - CB - on IR
Thomas Clayton - RB - ACL - Season
Zack Keasey - FB - Arm - ?
David Baas - Guard - ?

San Francisco 49ers
Date Pos Player Injury NFL Status Fantasy News
08/15/09 RB Thomas Clayton Knee Questionable for Aug. 22 preseason game vs. Oakland
08/15/09 LB Zak Keasey Forearm Doubtful for start of regular season
08/14/09 DB Tarell Brown Toe Questionable for Aug. 22 preseason game at Seattle
08/14/09 RB Michael Robinson Groin Questionable for Aug. 22 preseason game at Seattle
08/14/09 TE Delanie Walker Concussion Questionable for Aug. 22 preseason game at Seattle
08/14/09 LB Patrick Willis Ankle Questionable for Aug. 22 preseason game at Seattle
08/07/09 WR Brandon Jones Shoulder Doubtful for start of regular season
06/09/09 WR Michael Crabtree Foot Questionable for start of training camp


Please correct me if I am wrong and add to this.

Man, we're getting all banged up.

FIFY
OK, it's time that the Niners fess-up with the extent of Baas's injury. This O-line needs as many snaps as possible, as a single unit in the pre-season. Baas needs to be in there.

I'm going to suggest that the club may have been less than forthcoming, since Baas was injured in Singletary's pet drill, The Nutcracker. The nature of that drill calls for the player to scratch with his feet to generate extra traction.

Does anyone remember what type of injury ended Mark McGuire's baseball career? I'll make it easy. It was plantar fascitis, a foot ailment related to strain and tearing of a muscle sheath. Is this the nature of Baas' injury? If so, it is a very serious injury and one which could well generate a lot of criticism of Singletary's Nutcracker drill. Clearly, such criticism is something that the club would have an interest in smothering.

I'm making a call for more transparency on the nature of Baas' foot injury. This is the same medical staff that declared QB Smith fit for play with a separated shoulder, when that was clearly a mistake. Baas has not been re-signed beyond 2009. He is in his contract year. What's going on here?

I am of the belief that Baas is, FAR AND AWAY, the club's most formidable LG and his presence tuning OL chemistry with Staley and Heitmann is an important ingredient to team success.
Originally posted by jimbagg:
OK, it's time that the Niners fess-up with the extent of Baas's injury. This O-line needs as many snaps as possible, as a single unit in the pre-season. Baas needs to be in there.

I'm going to suggest that the club may have been less than forthcoming, since Baas was injured in Singletary's pet drill, The Nutcracker. The nature of that drill calls for the player to scratch with his feet to generate extra traction.

Does anyone remember what type of injury ended Mark McGuire's baseball career? I'll make it easy. It was plantar fascitis, a foot ailment related to strain and tearing of a muscle sheath. Is this the nature of Baas' injury? If so, it is a very serious injury and one which could well generate a lot of criticism of Singletary's Nutcracker drill. Clearly, such criticism is something that the club would have an interest in smothering.

I'm making a call for more transparency on the nature of Baas' foot injury. This is the same medical staff that declared QB Smith fit for play with a separated shoulder, when that was clearly a mistake. Baas has not been re-signed beyond 2009. He is in his contract year. What's going on here?

I am of the belief that Baas is, FAR AND AWAY, the club's most formidable LG and his presence tuning OL chemistry with Staley and Heitmann is an important ingredient to team success.
Not sure about info on Baas, but Willis was also hurt in Nutcracker drill per Matt Barrows
Originally posted by jimbagg:
OK, it's time that the Niners fess-up with the extent of Baas's injury. This O-line needs as many snaps as possible, as a single unit in the pre-season. Baas needs to be in there.

I'm going to suggest that the club may have been less than forthcoming, since Baas was injured in Singletary's pet drill, The Nutcracker. The nature of that drill calls for the player to scratch with his feet to generate extra traction.

Does anyone remember what type of injury ended Mark McGuire's baseball career? I'll make it easy. It was plantar fascitis, a foot ailment related to strain and tearing of a muscle sheath. Is this the nature of Baas' injury? If so, it is a very serious injury and one which could well generate a lot of criticism of Singletary's Nutcracker drill. Clearly, such criticism is something that the club would have an interest in smothering.

I'm making a call for more transparency on the nature of Baas' foot injury. This is the same medical staff that declared QB Smith fit for play with a separated shoulder, when that was clearly a mistake. Baas has not been re-signed beyond 2009. He is in his contract year. What's going on here?

I am of the belief that Baas is, FAR AND AWAY, the club's most formidable LG and his presence tuning OL chemistry with Staley and Heitmann is an important ingredient to team success.

i feel you jim. But hold up just a minute I don't think it's that serious but something is really fishy bout his injury.
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