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Week 13 Inactives

Dec 3, 2006 at 9:22 AM


The San Francisco 49ers have declared FB Chris Hetherington, DL Damane Duckett, TE Eric Johnson, OG Harvey Dahl, OT Patrick Estes, QB Shaun Hill, CB Shawntae Spencer, SS Tony Parrish inactive for Week 13.
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