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49ers-Jets Injury Report: Joe Staley doesn’t practice

Dec 8, 2016 at 1:47 PM--


The San Francisco 49ers are preparing to face the New York Jets on Sunday at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California.

OT Joe Staley was the lone 49ers player that did not practice today. He is dealing with a hamstring injury. If Staley cannot go on Sunday, there may have to be a shift along the offensive line to cover for his absence.

RB Shaun Draughn and OLB Aaron Lynch continue to be limited in practice. Draughn is recovering from a rib injury suffered during Sunday's loss to the Chicago Bears. He has been wearing a blue non-contact jersey this week. Lynch, who has missed nine games this season and five straight, has been attempting to return from a high ankle sprain.

"We think he's made progress," Kelly told reporters today while discussing Lynch. "I think one of the things that will be interesting is can he go two days in a row...We'd love to be able to get him up and get him ready to go on Sunday."

DE Quinton Dial, who is dealing with an elbow injury, returned to practice today after not practicing on Wednesday.

Below are the Thursday practice participation reports for both the 49ers and the Jets.

San Francisco 49ers Thursday Practice


Did Not Practice
T Joe Staley (hamstring)

Limited Participation
DT Quinton Dial (elbow), DT Glenn Dorsey (knee), RB Shaun Draughn (ribs), LB Eli Harold (toe), LB Aaron Lynch (ankle)

Full Participation
DL Ronald Blair (hamstring), C Daniel Kilgore (hamstring)

New York Jets Thursday Practice


Did Not Practice
S Antonio Allen (concussion), T Breno Giacomini (back, calf, shoulder), C Nick Mangold (ankle), WR Jalin Marshall (concussion), DT Steve McLendon (hamstring), RB Khiry Robinson (leg)

Limited Participation
LB Lorenzo Mauldin (ankle), S Calvin Pryor (concussion), DE Muhammad Wilkerson (ankle)

Full Participation
RB Matt Forté (knee/foot), WR Brandon Marshall (knee, foot), CB Nick Marshall (ankle), DE Leonard Williams (illness), CB Marcus Williams (ankle)

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