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Eli Harold injured against Broncos

Aug 20, 2016 at 7:09 PM--


San Francisco 49ers OLB Eli Harold, competing to replace Aaron Lynch during his four-game suspension, was injured against the Broncos on Saturday night in Denver. He had collided with Tank Carradine when Broncos QB Mark Sanchez stepped forward to avoid a sack.

After some time, he was able to slowly walk off of the field with some assistance by team trainers. He would later be seen walking on the sideline.

It turns out, Harold just had the wind knocked out of him and is fine.





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