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49ers-Packers: Emmanuel Moseley active and slated to start; Elijah Mitchell, 3 others inactive

Sep 26, 2021 at 3:54 PM--


The San Francisco 49ers have released the list of inactive players for their Week 3 matchup at home against the Green Bay Packers. These players will not suit up for Sunday's game.

Inactives:


Cornerback Emmanuel Moseley is active for the first time this season. He didn't play in Week 1 or 2 due to a knee injury and was listed as "questionable" for tonight's game. NBC Sports Bay Area reports that Moseley is slated to start. Rookie Deommodore Lenoir started in Moseley's place during the first two games.

Josh Norman will reportedly be the cornerback opposite Moseley as the 49ers defense attempts to stop quarterback Aaron Rodgers.

Running back Elijah Mitchell, who was listed as "doubtful" for tonight's game due to a shoulder injury, is among the four inactive players. That likely means the first start for rookie running back Trey Sermon.

The 49ers made three roster moves on Saturday. One was activating running back Kerryon Johnson from the practice squad to the active roster. The others were placing defensive tackle Kevin Givens and running back JaMycal Hasty on injured reserve. Both suffered ankle injuries during Week 2's victory over the Philadelphia Eagles.

The Packers lead the all-time series against the 49ers with a 37-32-1 record. However, San Francisco is 20-13-1 all-time against Green Bay at home.

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