New starters on defense; Injury update

Oct 16, 2006 at 5:12 PM--


Matt Maiocco, of the Santa Rosa Press Democrat, reports San Francisco 49ers S Mark Roman has replaced S Tony Parrish in the starting lineup heading into Week 7. The club has a Bye this week. The demotion for Parrish will mark the first time he has not been in the starting lineup during his career, a span of 126 games.

DT Ronald Fields has replaced DT Anthony Adams in the starting lineup heading into Week 7. The club has a Bye this week.

TE Vernon Davis (leg) will not be able to play in the Week 8 game following their Bye in Week 7, and head coach Mike Nolan said it's possible Davis will not be available until a Nov. 12 game versus the Detroit Lions.

OG Larry Allen (knee) sat out Week 6, but is expected to return to the lineup in Week 8. The club has a Bye in Week 7.

OT Jonas Jennings (wrist) is expected to return for Week 8 after undergoing surgery last week to repair a wrist injury. The club has a Bye in Week 7.

Information from KFFL.com





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