Osgood breaks bone in hand, will miss final two games

Dec 15, 2014 at 12:18 PM--


San Francisco 49ers special teams player Kassim Osgood broke a bone in hand on Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks. He will miss the final two games of the season.






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