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Deebo Samuel, Raheem Mostert active for 49ers-Dolphins; Two cornerbacks inactive

Oct 11, 2020 at 11:38 AM--


The San Francisco 49ers have released the list of inactive players for their Week 5 matchup at home against the Miami Dolphins. These players will not suit up for Sunday's game.

The 49ers listed two cornerbacks as inactive. Dontae Johnson (groin) and Emmanuel Moseley (concussion) were each ruled out on Friday. K'Waun Williams (knee, hip) was placed on injured reserve on Saturday.

That means cornerback Ahkello Witherspoon (hamstring) is active.

Both wide receiver Deebo Samuel and running back Raheem Mostert are active. Samuel has been dealing with an illness and missed the team's two final practices of the week. He was listed as "questionable" for today's game. Mostert is returning after missing two games with an MCL sprain.

On Saturday, San Francisco promoted cornerback Jamar Taylor from the practice squad to the active roster. The team also activated cornerback Brian Allen and wide receiver Kevin White from the practice squad. Both will revert back to the practice squad after today's game.

Below are the players who will be inactive for the 49ers:

  • OG Tom Compton
  • TE Daniel Helm
  • CB Dontae Johnson
  • CB Emmanuel Moseley
  • QB Nick Mullens
  • WR Dante Pettis


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