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49ers-Seahawks Injury Report: Josh Norman among several defenders who don’t practice; Elijah Mitchell limited

Sep 29, 2021 at 3:29 PM--


The San Francisco 49ers are preparing for their Week 4 contest against the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California.

Running back Elijah Mitchell is making progress. He practiced today. However, he was limited and practiced in a blue no-contact jersey. Mitchell missed this past weekend's game against the Green Bay Packers after suffering a shoulder injury in Week 2.

Cornerback Josh Norman suffered a lung contusion against the Packers and was reportedly spitting up blood. Today, head coach Kyle Shanahan was asked if he still feels there is a chance that Norman might play this weekend.

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"I have no idea with that," Shanahan responded. "He's got to pass some tests throughout the week. I know he wants to, he seems a lot better today, but he's got to pass a number of tests to be able to."

Cornerback K'Waun Williams is expected to be out for several weeks due to a calf injury. He did not practice. Defensive lineman Arik Armstead, who missed two practices last week, was limited in the other, but played on Sunday, was full-go today.

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
DL Nick Bosa (not injury related - resting player), DT Javon Kinlaw (knee), TE George Kittle (calf), CB Josh Norman (chest), CB K'Waun Williams (calf)

Limited Participation in Practice
RB Elijah Mitchell (shoulder)

Full Participation in Practice
DE Arik Armstead (adductor)

Seattle Seahawks Wednesday Practice


Did Not Participate In Practice
T Duane Brown (not injury related - resting player), WR D'Wayne Eskridge (concussion), DE Kerry Hyder (concussion), G Gabe Jackson (not injury related - resting player), RB Rashaad Penny (calf), T Brandon Shell (ankle)

Limited Participation in Practice
WR Tyler Lockett (hip)

Full Participation in Practice
S Jamal Adams (ankle), S Marquise Blair (knee), DT Poona Ford (ankle), DE Rasheem Green (foot), T Jamarco Jones (illness), LB Benson Mayowa (neck), DT Bryan Mone (elbow), CB D.J. Reed (calf)

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