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Linebackers brought in for workouts; Updated injury reports

Nov 22, 2006 at 7:20 AM--


Matt Maiocco, of the Santa Rosa Press Democrat, reports free agent LB Nate Wayne (Saints) worked out with the San Francisco 49ers Tuesday, Nov. 21.

Free agent LB Sedrick Hodge (Dolphins) worked out with the San Francisco 49ers Tuesday, Nov. 21.

The San Francisco 49ers brought in LB Jay Foreman (Saints) for a workout Tuesday, Nov. 21.

The San Francisco 49ers brought in LB Hannibal Navies (Bengals) for a workout Tuesday, Nov. 21.

OT Jonas Jennings (ankle) is questionable for the Week 12 game. His status for the game will be determined later in the week.

CB Shawntae Spencer (ankle) is expected to be questionable for the Week 12 game. His status for the game will be determined later in the week.

LB Jeff Ulbrich (thumb) has a sprained ligament in his left thumb, but he will not miss any game action because of the injury. It is not known if the thumb will require surgery.

WR Arnaz Battle (hand) had two screws inserted into his left fractured hand and will wear a cast during the week. He will have the cast removed to play in the Week 12 game.

Information from KFFL.com



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