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49ers-Rams Inactives: Entire 2021 draft class active for Niners; Odell Beckham Jr., Von Miller active

Nov 15, 2021 at 3:52 PM--


The San Francisco 49ers have released the list of inactive players for their Week 10 matchup at home against the Los Angeles Rams. These players will not suit up for Monday's game.

Inactives:


This is the first time that every player from the 49ers' most recent draft class has been active for a game. That includes offensive lineman Aaron Banks and cornerback Ambry Thomas. Banks, a second-round pick, has only been active for one other game.

Earlier today, the 49ers activated safety Tony Jefferson from the practice squad. Safety Jimmie Ward (quadriceps), listed as "questionable" on Friday, is active. The team also placed wide receiver Mohamed Sanu and safety Tavon Wilson on injured reserve.

For Los Angeles, the team's two newcomers, wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. and pass rusher Von Miller, are active and set to make their Rams debuts.



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