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49ers-Cowboys Injury Updates: Nick Bosa ruled out with a head injury

Jan 16, 2022 at 2:57 PM--


The San Francisco 49ers entered the Wild Card matchup against the Dallas Cowboys without linebacker Marcell Harris (Achilles), safety Talanoa Hufanga (knee), and defensive lineman Maurice Hurst (calf). All three were among the team's seven inactive players.

Below are the 49ers-Cowboys in-game injury updates.

DE Jordan Willis
Willis left the field slowly close to the end of the first half. The 49ers announced him as "questionable" to return due to an ankle injury.

Update: Willis returned to the game.

DE Nick Bosa
Bosa remained down the field near the end of the first half after a collision with teammate D.J. Jones. Team staff took him to the blue medical tent for further examination. Bosa later left the tent and headed to the 49ers locker room. The 49ers announced that the pass rusher was being evaluated for a head injury. He is "questionable" to return.

Update: Bosa has been ruled out due to a head injury.

DT D.J. Jones
According to Matt Barrows of The Athletic, Jones was slow to get up after the collision with Bosa and left for the locker room.

Update: Jones returned to the game in the second half.

LB Fred Warner
Warner suffered a non-contact injury in the fourth quarter. He made it to the sideline after grabbing his left leg in obvious pain. Warner was later seen walking on the sideline, testing his leg.

Update: The 49ers announced that Warner is "questionable" to return due to an ankle injury.

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