Watch Live: No Huddle Podcast breaks down 49ers' win vs. Packers →
Stan Szeto-USA TODAY Sports

Stan Szeto-USA TODAY Sports


Raheem Mostert, Richard Sherman activation from IR, Trent Williams from COVID list among several 49ers roster moves

Nov 28, 2020 at 4:05 PM--


The San Francisco 49ers have officially activated three players — cornerback Richard Sherman and running backs Raheem Mostert and Jeff Wilson Jr. — from injured reserve. The move potentially gives the team a boost headed into the backend of its schedule.

The 49ers also announced the following roster moves:

  • LT Trent Williams and LB Joe Walker have been activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list
  • DL Alex Barrett has been activated from the practice squad (standard elevation)
  • OL Tony Bergstrom, DL Darrion Daniels, and DL Willie Henry Jr. have been activated from the practice squad (COVID-19 replacement)

Sherman has been on injured reserve since September 16 due to a calf injury. He appeared in one game — a Week 1 loss to the Arizona Cardinals — this season.

Mostert landed on injured reserve with a high-ankle sprain on October 24. Wilson later suffered the same injury as Mostert and landed on IR a week after Mostert.

Running back JaMycal Hasty landed on injured reserve with a broken collarbone on November 17, and Tevin Coleman has been ruled out of Sunday's game due to a knee injury.

Mostert's 303 rushing yards still lead the team despite the running back having played in just four games this season.

The 49ers announced that both Williams and Walker are now listed as "questionable" to play on Sunday against the Los Angeles Rams. Their activation leaves the following four players still on the reserve/COVID-19 list, and unavailable for the game.


Aiyuk and Helm have been on the reserve/COVID-19 list since November 20 while Jones and Willis have been since November 23.

Related News





Facebook Comments



More San Francisco 49ers News



Trent Williams, Brandon Aiyuk expect 49ers to be better with Trey Lance at QB

By David Bonilla
Aug 2

The San Francisco 49ers expect things to be different with Trey Lance under center. The second-year quarterback takes the reins from Jimmy Garoppolo, who the team still hopes to trade. While Lance is inexperienced, many believe he has a high ceiling and can be the type of dual-threat player that gives opposing defenses headaches. "He's giving everybody confidence," tackle Trent Williams told NFL Network's Steve Mariucci and Michael Yam after Tuesday's practice. "He's giving everybody confidence in his ability and his poise, the way he commands the huddle. I say all the time that I'm impressed that he [doesn't] make the same mistake twice, and I think, from a young quarterback, that's all you can ask for because they're going to make mistakes, and that's part of the learning



Trent Williams draws praise from 49ers teammates Dre Greenlaw and Drake Jackson

By David Bonilla
Aug 3

Naming the best player in the NFL can create much discussion and debate. If you ask San Francisco 49ers defenders, the answer isn't too difficult. Take Dre Greenlaw, for instance. Greenlaw was recently asked about going against nine-time Pro Bowl offensive tackle Trent Williams in practice. The first words out of the fourth-year linebacker's mouth prove how much his teammates respect Williams. "Trent's the best player in the NFL, for sure. No doubt," Greenlaw told reporters on Monday. "In that regard, you better know your leverage. If you've got a guy like Trent coming at you, you better know if you're supposed to be inside of him or outside of him because if you go down the middle, he going to flatten you." That's the best player in the NFL. The entire



Trent Williams: Trey Lance gives 49ers two offenses merged into one

By David Bonilla
Aug 9

Trey Lance has had an uneven training camp as the young San Francisco 49ers quarterback navigates the ups and downs of his first offseason as a starting quarterback. However, his Tuesday practice may have been his best so far, bouncing back from a poor Sunday outing. "[T]he second-year quarterback had a strong performance, mainly showcasing poise and accuracy while moving the offense downfield with throws to all facets of the field," wrote Rohan Chakravarthi. The expectation is that Lance, a quarterback with the potential to thrive as a passer and runner, will elevate the 49ers offense to a level that will give opposing defenses headaches. Veteran



49ers rookie Drake Jackson feeling fine, learning from Nick Bosa, Trent Williams

By David Bonilla
Aug 14

Drake Jackson left Friday night's preseason game against the Green Bay Packers with a shoulder stinger. He was back on the practice field on Sunday, as the team prepares to travel to Minnesota for joint practices with the Vikings. Reporters noticed Jackson wasn't at 100 percent during the Sunday session, but the good news is that things are trending upwards for the defensive lineman's health. "It feels good," Jackson said of his shoulder after practice. "Just taking it day by day. It's getting better each and every day, rehabbing it, and things of that sort." Despite the early exit, Jackson loved getting into his first NFL game action. "It felt good," he said. "It felt like I'm back, back on the field. I missed playing football since 'SC. It's been a


Featured

Trending News

Share 49ersWebzone