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Tramaine Brock, Nick Moody suffer minor leg injuries

Aug 27, 2015 at 1:06 PM--


San Francisco 49ers cornerback Tramaine Brock and linebacker Nick Moody both suffered minor injuries during the team's joint practice today with the Broncos in Denver.

Brock, the 49ers' potential starting cornerback, pulled a leg muscle while the team initially stated that Moody "tweaked" his knee.

Following today's practice, the final one between the two teams, head coach Jim Tomsula stated that he did not believe either injury to be serious.

The 49ers play the Broncos on Saturday at Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium with kickoff at 6 PM.



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