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By Kirk Larrabee
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By David Bonilla
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49ers rookies Ambry Thomas and Deommodore Lenoir will be in uniform vs. Rams

By David Bonilla
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The San Francisco 49ers will be without cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick against the Los Angeles Rams. In addition, Josh Norman is listed as "questionable" for the game. That means that the team's two rookie corners, Ambry Thomas and Deommodore Lenoir, will be active on Monday night, per head coach Kyle Shanahan. Lenoir has been inactive for the last three games, while Thomas has been inactive for five games this season, including three of the last four. Thomas was a third-round pick in April's draft. The 49ers drafted Lenoir in the fifth round. If Norman can't go, one or both could see an uptick in their snap counts against the Rams. The 49ers' other starting cornerback, Emmanuel Moseley, was a


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