placeholder image

Stan Szeto-USA TODAY Sports


49ers-Cardinals Injury Report: Christian McCaffrey, other star players don’t practice

Jan 4, 2023 at 4:02 PM--


Videos are auto-populated by an affiliate. This site has no control over the videos that appear above.
The San Francisco 49ers are preparing for their Week 18 contest against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California.

Several 49ers stars didn't suit up for the first practice of the week. Many of the names, like quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo and guard Aaron Banks, aren't surprising.

Christian McCaffrey's name popped up on Monday's injury report from head coach Kyle Shanahan. The running back is dealing with what the coach called a "mild" ankle sprain and did not practice on Wednesday. The injury occurred on Sunday against the Las Vegas Raiders. Although, Shanahan wasn't sure exactly when it happened during the game.

Linebacker Dre Greenlaw sustained a back injury against the Raiders. He did not practice. The 49ers rested defensive end Nick Bosa and tackle Trent Williams.

Guard Aaron Banks has already been ruled out against the Cardinals due to knee and ankle sprains sustained against the Raiders.

Below are Wednesday's practice participation reports for both the 49ers and Cardinals, which were provided by the 49ers Communications staff.

San Francisco 49ers Wednesday Practice


Did Not Participate In Practice
OL Aaron Banks (ankle, knee), DL Nick Bosa (not injury related - resting player), QB Jimmy Garoppolo (foot), DL Kevin Givens (knee), LB Dre Greenlaw (back), DT Javon Kinlaw (knee), RB Christian McCaffrey (ankle, knee), T Trent Williams (not injury related - resting player)

Limited Participation in Practice
DL Arik Armstead (foot, ankle), CB Ambry Thomas (ankle)

Full Participation in Practice
QB Brock Purdy (oblique, rib), WR Deebo Samuel (ankle, knee)

Arizona Cardinals Wednesday Practice


Did Not Participate In Practice
DE Zach Allen (hand), WR Robby Anderson (back), S Chris Banjo (concussion), T Kelvin Beachum (knee, ankle), LB Zaven Collins (calf), RB James Conner (knee, shin), CB Antonio Hamilton (hip), WR DeAndre Hopkins (knee), DE Jonathan Ledbetter (knee), QB Colt McCoy (concussion)

Limited Participation in Practice
DT Leki Fotu (shoulder), CB Josh Jackson (hamstring), C Billy Price (knee), LB Isaiah Simmons (ankle), LB Tanner Vallejo (knee, wrist), CB Marco Wilson (neck)

Full Participation in Practice
WR Marquise Brown (wrist)

Related News





Facebook Comments



More San Francisco 49ers News


placeholder image

Bayless on 49ers: I don't believe in Kyle Shanahan or Brock Purdy

By David Bonilla
Feb 18

The San Francisco 49ers' collapse in Super Bowl 58 has fueled skepticism from one controversial media personality, indicating a lack of trust in two key figures of the franchise. Skip Bayless is among those doubting quarterback Brock Purdy's capabilities, which isn't new information. Additionally, he questions head coach Kyle Shanahan's effectiveness. Bayless says he was confident that the Kansas City Chiefs would beat the 49ers because of superior coaching by Andy Reid and exceptional talent in quarterback Patrick Mahomes. With Steve Spagnuolo leading the Chiefs' defense, Bayless believes the result was inevitable. "I'm sorry. More than ever, I don't believe in Kyle Shanahan, and I don't believe in Brock Purdy," Bayless said on his FOX Sports podcast. "And I


placeholder image

Video of an emotional Fred Warner reacting to 49ers LB Dre Greenlaw's injury emerges

By David Bonilla
Feb 15

Fred Warner and Dre Greenlaw are arguably the best linebacker duo in the NFL, serving as the heart of the San Francisco 49ers defense while sharing a strong bond. Therefore, it's no surprise that Warner felt deeply for his teammate and friend when Greenlaw suffered a torn Achilles in the second quarter of Super Bowl 58 against the Kansas City Chiefs. The following video captures Warner's raw emotional response after Greenlaw was carted off the field, revealing the profound anguish experienced by the star linebacker, even as teammate Nick Bosa attempted to console him. This hurts to watch so much. Via


placeholder image

Will the 49ers restructure Dre Greenlaw's contract after LB's injury?

By David Bonilla
Feb 20

The injury to Dre Greenlaw during Super Bowl 58 dealt a significant blow to the San Francisco 49ers' defense. The impact of his absence was obvious, as evidenced by Fred Warner's emotional reaction on the sideline after his teammate and friend was carted off to the locker room. This hurts to watch so much. Via @NFL pic.twitter.com/eTVbokiv2N— Ari M (@AriMeirov) February 15,


placeholder image

Report suggests 2024 salary cap could near $250 million

By David Bonilla
Feb 19

Speculation surrounding the 2024 salary cap indicates that it might be in the area of $242 million. That's the number that salary-cap site OverTheCap.com has been working with, which, according to their estimations, puts the San Francisco 49ers about $12.38 over the projected cap. The team could obviously use more wiggle room to sign wide receiver Brandon Aiyuk to a long-term deal. San Francisco may need to either restructure the contracts of some high-priced stars or make some difficult roster decisions to make that happen. RELATED: Graziano: Salary cap situation may


Latest

Trending News

Share 49ersWebzone