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Marcus Cromartie is questionable to return against Falcons

Nov 8, 2015 at 2:28 PM


CB Marcus Cromartie, who was activated from the San Francisco 49ers' practice squad earlier in the week, is questionable to return in the team's game against the Atlanta Falcons. He suffered a facial laceration in the second quarter of play.

The 49ers are already short-handed at the cornerback position against the Falcons. Tramaine Brock (shin), Kenneth Acker (chest, concussion), and Keith Reaser (ankle) are not playing.

Along with Cromartie, the team also activated newly signed CB Chris Davis from the practice squad.

Update:

Chromate did return to the game.



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