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49ers’ Deebo Samuel eyes return, announces he’s ‘finally back to work’

Nov 24, 2020 at 9:09 AM--


San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Deebo Samuel appears to be eyeing a Week 12 return. We know head coach Kyle Shanahan is optimistic that several injured players will be making their returns this week. That includes Samuel, along with cornerback Richard Sherman and running backs Raheem Mostert and Tevin Coleman.

Samuel shared a video via Instagram with the caption, "Finally back to work."


Last week, Shanahan discussed the return of Samuel and the others. However, he knows that receiving a few reinforcements doesn't change the 49ers' situation much. The team owns a 4-6 record and will need to show vast improvement over the final six games to keep its playoff hopes alive.

"Getting guys who you depend on, who've done a lot for us, I think you guys can see how Deebo's been in just the games he's played this year," Shanahan said. "How Sherm's been, just even when he came out to practice, the boost he gives.

"… Getting Deebo back, getting Raheem back, Sherm, that stuff is going to help big. That's some juice we need, but we also don't have much room for error with where our record is right now. So, I can't count on those guys just to come in and change everything."



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