Mike Iupati remains on the field after turnover

Nov 10, 2013 at 3:21 PM--


San Francisco 49ers guard Mike Iupati remained on the field grabbing his leg after a play in the third quarter that resulted in a 49ers turnover. The good news is that Iupati appeared to be fine and walking around on the sideline so the injury may not be too serious.

Iupati was a first round selection out of Idaho in the 2010 NFL Draft.

The 49ers have already had injuries to Vernon Davis and Eric Reid in this game against the Panthers.



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