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49ers-Seahawks Injury Report: Javon Kinlaw, K’Waun Williams don’t practice

Dec 30, 2020 at 2:14 PM--


The San Francisco 49ers are preparing for their Week 17 contest against the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.

Head coach Kyle Shanahan had already ruled out wide receivers Brandon Aiyuk (ankle) and Deebo Samuel (hamstring), cornerback Richard Sherman (calf), tackle Trent Williams (elbow), and defensive end Jordan Willis (ankle) for Sunday's game. None practiced on Wednesday.

Rookie defensive tackle Javon Kinlaw is day-to-day with a knee injury and did not practice. While Shanahan said on Monday that K'Waun Williams would be "good to go" for this weekend after suffering a shin contusion, the cornerback did not practice on Wednesday.

Defensive lineman Kevin Givens missed practice as he attends to "a family matter." Safety Jimmie Ward is out of the concussion protocol and was a full participant.

Below are Wednesday's practice participation reports for both the 49ers and Seahawks, which were provided by the 49ers Communications staff.

San Francisco 49ers Wednesday Practice


Did Not Participate In Practice
WR Brandon Aiyuk (ankle), DT Kevin Givens (not injury related), DT Javon Kinlaw (knee), LB Mark Nzeocha (illness), WR Deebo Samuel (hamstring), CB Richard Sherman (calf), CB K'Waun Williams (shin), T Trent Williams (elbow), DE Jordan Willis (ankle)

Limited Participation in Practice
DE Dion Jordan (knee), S Tarvarius Moore (ankle), CB Emmanuel Moseley (hamstring), T Justin Skule (knee)

Full Participation in Practice
S Jimmie Ward (concussion), TE Charlie Woerner (not injury related)

Seattle Seahawks Wednesday Practice


Did Not Participate In Practice
RB DeeJay Dallas (ankle), RB Carlos Hyde (illness), G Mike Iupati (neck), TE Greg Olsen (foot), S Damarious Randall (foot), CB Jayson Stanley (hamstring)

Limited Participation in Practice
T Duane Brown (knee), RB Chris Carson (foot), DE Carlos Dunlap (foot), CB Ryan Neal (hip), DT Jarran Reed (chest), T Brandon Shell (ankle)

Full Participation in Practice
S Jamal Adams (hand), DE L.J. Collier (ankle), DT Bryan Mone (ankle), LS Tyler Ott (back), WR Freddie Swain (shoulder)





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