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49ers-Cardinals: Kyler Murray, DeAndre Hopkins inactive for Cards; Trey Sermon among 7 inactives for Niners

Nov 7, 2021 at 11:59 AM--

The San Francisco 49ers have released the list of inactive players for their Week 9 matchup at home against the Arizona Cardinals. These players will not suit up for Sunday's game.

49ers inactives:

Cardinals inactives:

  • QB Kyler Murray
  • WR DeAndre Hopkins
  • RB Jonathan Ward
  • S James Wiggins
  • CB Kevin Peterson

Arizona will be without two of its top players. Quarterback Kyler Murray (ankle) and wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring) are inactive. Colt McCoy will start at quarterback for the Cardinals.

For San Francisco, cornerback Deommodore Lenoir is inactive for the third consecutive game. Aaron Banks is inactive for the seventh time this season. The rookie offensive lineman has only been active for one game (Week 7).

Wide receiver Deebo Samuel (calf) and running back Elijah Mitchell (rib) are active. Both were listed as "questionable" for the game.

On Saturday, the 49ers activated tight end George Kittle (calf) and Kicker Robbie Gould (groin) from the injured reserve list. This week, head coach Kyle Shanahan told NBC Sports Bay Area that the team would "ease [Kittle] in a little bit and see how the game goes, how he's moving, how he's feeling, communicating with him throughout it. If he's feeling good, it's definitely a lot more tempting to keep him out there."

San Francisco also activated running back Jeff Wilson (knee) from the reserve/physically-unable-to-perform list. Linebacker Tyrell Adams and safety Tony Jefferson were activated (not promoted) from the practice squad. They will revert back to the practice squad on Monday.

In other moves, the 49ers placed defensive end Dee Ford (back) on injured reserve and waived defensive tackle Zach Kerr.

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