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49ers-Chargers: Samson Ebukam, Arik Armstead among 6 inactives for Niners

Nov 13, 2022 at 3:52 PM--


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

Inactives:

  • DL Arik Armstead (foot, ankle)
  • RB Tyrion Davis-Price
  • DL Samson Ebukam (quadricep, Achilles)
  • LB Curtis Robinson
  • DL Kemoko Turay
  • OL Nick Zakelj

Armstead is the only player on the active 49ers' roster who is inactive for this game due to an injury. The 49ers ruled him out on Friday due to foot and ankle injuries. The team also ruled out Jason Verrett after the cornerback suffered an Achilles injury last week. On Friday, San Francisco placed him on the injured reserve list, ending his season.

Defensive end Samson Ebukam was listed as "doubtful" due to a quadricep injury sustained last week. He is inactive. Head coach Kyle Shanahan said there was "a chance" that Ebukam might play.

"Samson's never missed a game," Shanahan said, "that's why I'm not ruling him out because he's been like this before where you think he's not going to do it, but he does. It's bothered him too much, and that's why he is doubtful."

On Saturday, the 49ers activated four players from the injured reserve list. They are running back Elijah Mitchell, linebacker Azeez Al-Shaair, offensive lineman Colton McKivitz, and defensive end Jordan Willis. All four are returning from knee injuries and are active against the Chargers.

The team also elevated defensive lineman T.Y. McGill from the practice squad.

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