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49ers-Cowboys Injury Report: Jimmie Ward out against Dallas

Sep 30, 2016 at 1:09 PM--


San Francisco 49ers CB Jimmie Ward has been ruled out against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday. His status has been said to be week-to-week. Ward suffered a quadriceps strain during the second quarter of the 49ers' loss to the Seattle Seahawks. It was a non-contact injury that saw Ward grabbing his right leg after a play. He walked off of the field with the assistance of two trainers and was replaced by Keith Reaser.

For the Cowboys, WR Dez Bryant is listed as questionable with a hairline fracture in his knee. He did not participate in practices this week.

San Francisco 49ers Injuries


Out: CB Jimmie Ward (quad)

Questionable: TE Vance McDonald (hip), TE Garrett Celek (back)

Dallas Cowboys Injuries


Out: G La'El Collins (toe)

Questionable: WR Dez Bryant (knee), DE Jack Crawford (shoulder), LB Justin Durant (not injury related), T Doug Free (quadricep), LB Andrew Gachkar (neck), S Jeff Heath (knee), LB Mark Nzeocha (achilles), QB Tony Romo (back), CB Orlando Scandrick (hamstring, hamstring), T Tyron Smith (back)

San Francisco 49ers Friday Practice


Did Not Practice
CB Jimmie Ward (quadricep)

Limited Participation
TE Garrett Celek (back), TE Vance McDonald (hip)

Full Participation
DT Arik Armstead (shoulder), S Marcus Cromartie (ankle), CB Chris Davis (quadricep), DT Quinton Dial (knee), DT Glenn Dorsey (knee), DT Mike Purcell (ankle), CB Keith Reaser (knee), WR Torrey Smith (foot), S Jaquiski Tartt (knee), G Andrew Tiller (ankle)

Dallas Cowboys Friday Practice


Did Not Practice
WR Dez Bryant (knee), G La'el Collins (toe), QB Tony Romo (back), T Tyron Smith (back)

Limited Participation
LB Mark Nzeocha (achilles), CB Orlando Scandrick (hamstring)

Full Participation
DE Jack Crawford (shoulder), T Doug Free (quadricep), LB Andrew Gachkar (neck), S Jeff Heath (knee)



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