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John Lynch provides Trey Lance injury update, says 49ers in talks with Ha Ha Clinton-Dix

Sep 1, 2021 at 2:20 PM--


San Francisco 49ers general manager John Lynch spoke with reporters via a conference call today and provided an injury update on Trey Lance. The rookie quarterback suffered a small fracture—described as a chip—in a finger on his throwing hand. Head coach Kyle Shanahan initially said that Lance was expected to miss about seven days, which would put his timeline for a return at next week.

"I think it's trending in the right direction," Lynch told the media. "Some of the swelling is coming down, and Monday is kind of the optimistic look at it. I can promise you this: We'll do right by Trey and have him in a good place before he's back out there.

"But we certainly would love to have him available on Monday. ... I can promise this with Trey as well: He does everything he can to get well, and he's working hard at that right now."

Lance is at practice today with a wrap around his injured hand. However, his participation is very limited.


Lynch also said that the 49ers are in conversations with safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix about the possibility of the veteran joining the team's practice squad.

"Ha Ha came in late but really, I think, showed himself in a great fashion," Lynch said. "I'll tell you, he's a popular player in this locker room. So, we're still in conversations with Ha Ha about joining our practice squad, and we'll see where that goes."

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