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49ers-Seahawks: JaMycal Hasty and Maurice Hurst could return

Dec 1, 2021 at 1:01 PM--


Sunday could feature the return of two key San Francisco 49ers role players—running back JaMycal Hasty and defensive lineman Maurice Hurst. Hasty has been dealing with the ankle injury he suffered during Week 9's game against the Arizona Cardinals. Hurst sustained a calf injury during an October practice.

Head coach Kyle Shanahan said both players will be limited in Wednesday's practice but could play on Sunday.

The coach added that several players would not practice. They are wide receiver Deebo Samuel (groin), linebacker Fred Warner (hamstring), running back Trey Sermon (ankle), linebacker Dre Greenlaw (groin), and linebacker Marcell Harris (concussion protocol). The 49ers are giving defensive end Nick Bosa, running back Elijah Mitchell, center Alex Mack, and tackle Trent Williams the day off.

On Wednesday morning, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported that Greenlaw is a "long-shot" to play against the Seattle Seahawks. San Francisco has already ruled out Samuel and Warner for Sunday's contest.

The 49ers and Seahawks will battle on Sunday at Lumen Field.



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