Bradley Pinion will be ‘ready to roll’ on Sunday

Nov 4, 2015 at 12:17 PM--


San Francisco 49ers rookie punter Bradley Pinion suffered a calf injury on Sunday during the team's loss to the St. Louis Rams.

Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee is reporting that Pinion says the calf injury is to his kicking leg, but he'll be "ready to roll" for Sunday's home game against the Atlanta Falcons.


Pinion has a net average of 40.7 yards-per-punt this season with 14 punts inside the 20-yard line. His longest was a 60-yard punt.



Facebook Comments



More San Francisco 49ers News



'We're ready for the challenge': 49ers discuss upcoming rematch vs. Packers

By David Bonilla
Jan 16

The last time the San Francisco 49ers and Green Bay Packers clashed, quarterback Aaron Rodgers single-handedly crushed the hopes of 49ers players, coaches, and fans. It looked like San Francisco was on its way to a victory during that Week 3 matchup, scoring a go-ahead touchdown with 37 seconds left in the game. That was enough for Rodgers, who got the Packers into range for the game-winning field goal. 51 YARDS FOR THE WIN. #GoPackGo pic.twitter.com/mnam33oF7X— NFL



Cowboys to host 49ers in Wild-card matchup on Sunday, Jan. 16 at 1:30 PM PT

By David Bonilla
Jan 9

The San Francisco 49ers rallied to beat the division-rival Los Angeles Rams on Sunday, the last weekend of the regular season. In doing so, head coach Kyle Shanahan's squad punched its ticket into the playoffs. Assuming they won, the 49ers' next opponent was already known, even as they were fighting for the win in overtime. A victory meant a trip to Arlington, Texas, to face the Dallas Cowboys, winners of the NFC East. On Sunday night, the NFL announced the date and time of the 49ers-Cowboys matchup. The two teams will kick off from AT&T Stadium on Sunday, January 16 at 1:30 PM PT (3:30 PM CT). San Francisco finished the season with a 10-7 record. It was just the second time in the past eight years that the 49ers have finished with a winning



ESPN believes these flaws could hurt 49ers on Sunday vs. Cowboys

By David Bonilla
Jan 13

ESPN writer Bill Barnwell made his playoff predictions all the way to Super Bowl LVI. He has the Kansas City Chiefs topping the Los Angeles Rams 31-24 in the NFL's championship game. The first order of business for the San Francisco 49ers to ensure that isn't the matchup will be to beat the NFC East champion Dallas Cowboys in the opening round of postseason play, which begins this weekend. While many like the 49ers' chances in this matchup, Barnwell isn't sure San Francisco can come out on top. He predicts a 27-14 Dallas win at AT&T Stadium on Sunday. Barnwell admits that the 49ers have a talented roster capable of upsetting any opponent. However, like many playoff teams this year, it is not without flaws. Barnwell doesn't like this matchup for the 49ers as



49ers WRs set a franchise record against the Rams Sunday

By Rohan Chakravarthi
Jan 13

In the 49ers' playoff-clinching performance against the division rival Los Angeles Rams, not only did the team secure a postseason berth, but they set a franchise record along the way. Last Sunday, San Francisco received not one, not two, but three 90-yard performances from wide receivers—Brandon Aiyuk, who led the team with six catches for 107 yards, Deebo Samuel, who had four catches for 95 yards, and Jauan Jennings, who had six catches for 94 yards and two touchdowns, including the game-tying TD late in the 4th quarter. Interestingly enough, it's the first time in franchise history that the feat of three 90+ yard performances from receivers has occurred in the same game, per Matt Barrows of the


Featured

Trending News

Share 49ersWebzone