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Kyle Shanahan provides important injury updates after 49ers-Vikings preseason game

Aug 21, 2022 at 2:37 PM--


San Francisco 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan jumped on a conference call to speak with reporters the day after the team's 17-7 victory over the Minnesota Vikings. The calls are typically a good time to get injury updates from the coach because the 49ers have had additional time to evaluate those who were dinged up in the game.

The 49ers had two players who sustained injuries against the Vikings. Wide receiver Austin Mack is dealing with a hamstring injury, and will miss a few weeks.

Tackle Sam Schlueter is dealing with some knee tendinitis. His status is day-to-day.

Shanahan also provided updates on players who were already dealing with injuries.

"We expect to get back in practice this week [Emmanuel Moseley], [Arik] Armstead, Charlie Woerner, Jaylon Moore, Curtis Robinson, and then Dontae Johnson," Shanahan said. "And possibly Ambry [Thomas]."

Offensive lineman Colton McKivitz was among the 27 players who did not suit up against the Vikings. The list mostly included starters. For now, McKivitz is considered San Francisco's starting right tackle because Mike McGlinchey is dealing with a knee injury. McKivitz is expected to start on Thursday against the Houston Texans, which is why he sat out Saturday's game.

"I don't think he's going this week," Shanahan said of McGlinchey, "and we're going to test him next week, after this. We'll see how that is but that doesn't really have to do with Colton. That's just been the deal with all of our starters, and the guys playing with the whole weird schedule that we have."

Shanahan added that he hopes the 49ers get cornerback Charvarius Ward back after the Texans game.

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