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49ers inactives for Week 17 vs. Rams: Marquise Goodwin, Garrett Celek out

Dec 30, 2018 at 12:02 PM--


The San Francisco 49ers are going to be down some offensive weapons for their 2018 finale against the Los Angeles Rams, missing wide receiver Marquise Goodwin and tight end Garrett Celek. Both appeared on the team's Week 17 inactive list.

Goodwin has been dealing with calf and shoulder issues, while Celek suffered a concussion during the Niners' Week 16 loss to the Chicago Bears a week ago. Both players were ruled out for Sunday's contest in L.A.

Here's the full list of San Francisco inactives for the game:

  • WR Marquise Goodwin
  • S Tyree Robinson
  • OL Erik Magnuson
  • OL Shon Coleman
  • TE Garrett Celek
  • NT Earl Mitchell
  • DL Sheldon Day

The 49ers also placed running back Matt Breida (ankle) and wide receiver Dante Pettis (knee) on injured reserve this week, then called up wide receivers Max McCaffrey and Steven Dunbar Jr. from the practice squad to fill the voids. No. 2 running back Jeff Wilson figures to get a bulk of carries against a Rams defense allowing an average of 5.0 yards per carry this season -- second worst in the NFL.

San Francisco is also going with a youth movement up front, continuing to keep defensive tackles Earl Mitchell and Sheldon Day on the inactive list. This indicates that second-year nose tackle D.J. Jones will get the start after impressing down the stretch this season.

The 49ers and Rams kick off at 4:25 p.m. ET from Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.
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    Peter Panacy has been writing about the 49ers since 2011 for outlets like Bleacher Report, Niner Noise, 49ers Webzone, and is occasionally heard as a guest on San Francisco's 95.7 FM The Game and the Niners' flagship station, KNBR 680. Feel free to follow him, or direct any inquiries to his Twitter account.



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