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Vance McDonald, Daniel Kilgore injured against Jets

Dec 11, 2016 at 2:22 PM--


On Friday, the San Francisco 49ers signed TE Vance McDonald to a five-year, $35 million extension. On Sunday against the New York Jets, McDonald headed into the locker room with an injured shoulder prior to the end of the first half. The injury occurred during a running play that saw RB Carlos Hyde gain 43 yards.

McDonald was announced as questionable to return to the game.

Update:
The 49ers have announced McDonald as out against the Jets.

In the first quarter, C Daniel Kilgore went down but was able to slowly walk off of the field on his own.





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