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49ers vs. Eagles Injury Report: Arik Armstead doesn’t practice but insists he’ll play

Nov 30, 2023 at 3:13 PM--


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The San Francisco 49ers are preparing for their Week 13 contest against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Arik Armstead has been absent from practice throughout the week, sitting out Monday's bonus session and remaining out on Wednesday and Thursday due to a foot injury. Despite this, the determined defensive tackle insists that he will take the field on Sunday.

When asked if he plans to suit up against the Eagles, Armstead affirmed, "I'll be out there."

Meanwhile, running back Jordan Mason and wide receiver Ray-Ray McCloud continue to be sidelined, with neither spotted on the practice field for the second consecutive day. Mason is grappling with a hamstring injury, while McCloud is out due to a rib injury.

In the Eagles' camp, defensive tackle Fletcher Cox and linebacker Zach Cunningham missed Thursday's practice following their absence on Wednesday. Cox is dealing with a groin injury, and Cunningham is working through a hamstring issue.

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

San Francisco 49ers Thursday Practice


Did Not Participate In Practice
DT Arik Armstead (foot), RB Jordan Mason (hamstring), WR Ray-Ray McCloud (rib)

Limited Participation in Practice
G Spencer Burford (knee)

Philadelphia Eagles Thursday Practice


Did Not Participate In Practice
TE Grant Calcaterra (ankle), DT Fletcher Cox (groin), LB Zach Cunningham (hamstring), S Justin Evans (knee), TE Dallas Goedert (forearm)

Limited Participation in Practice
WR A.J. Brown (thigh), DT Jordan Davis (hamstring), WR Julio Jones (knee)

Full Participation in Practice
T Lane Johnson (groin), WR DeVonta Smith (knee), RB D'Andre Swift (ankle), DT Milton Williams (concussion)

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