Report: 49ers’ Nick Bosa has ankle sprain, may not play in preseason

Aug 7, 2019 at 8:00 PM--


San Francisco 49ers fans may not get a chance to see their top draft pick on a football field until the start of the regular season. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, No. 2 overall draft pick Nick Bosa was diagnosed with an ankle sprain after getting an MRI of the injury on [more]
Click here to view the whole article

Facebook Comments



More San Francisco 49ers News



49ers Notebook: Samuel Womack making his case; Ray-Ray discusses Levi's debut; Will Nick Bosa play in the preseason?; Shanahan evaluates Lance, rookies vs. Packers

By Kirk Larrabee
13 hrs

Not everything was perfect for the San Francisco 49ers in their 28-21 win over the Green Bay Packers on Friday night, but there's no doubt the vibe coming out of the win was mostly positive. Trey Lance and the other 49ers quarterbacks played well in the win, going a combined 15-of-22 for 212 yards, three touchdowns and zero interceptions. A number of rookie players got extended reps, and several of them did a fine job with their opportunities. Following the game, head coach Kyle Shanahan talked about those issues and more, while Lance, rookie cornerback Samuel Womack and wide receiver Ray-Ray McCloud were among those to meet with reporters. Here's a rundown of some of the key issues discussed, including what Shanahan thinks of Womack's performance to this point,



49ers' Nick Bosa explains how unpadded practices are a benefit

By David Bonilla
Jul 31

The San Francisco 49ers will hold their first padded practice on Monday. Most players look forward to it, welcoming sessions that feel a little more like game action. However, Star defensive end Nick Bosa doesn't mind the unpadded practices. In fact, he feels they greatly benefit him, despite the perception that the sessions are watered-down versions of their padded counterparts. "We're hitting out there," Bosa told reporters this past week. "Whether we have pads on or not, it's pretty much the same thing. But definitely, more power rushes will be used once the pads do come on. I kind of like the days without pads because it forces me to use finesse moves, which sometimes I get away from throughout the season because my power works a lot. "So just these two days



George Kittle, Nick Bosa break down how Trey Lance will elevate the 49ers offense

By David Bonilla
Aug 9

Tight end George Kittle is excited about the potential of the San Francisco 49ers offense in 2022. He knows Trey Lance at quarterback will open things up for an already creative play-caller like Kyle Shanahan. The always enthusiastic Kittle was among several 49ers players who joined KNBR after Tuesday's practice. Of course, the conversation eventually drifted toward the team's new starting quarterback. The tight end loves what he's seen from Lance compared to where the 22-year-old was just a year ago. "Honestly, my favorite thing about Trey right now is that I've just seen him get better, honestly," Kittle said on the Papa & Lund show. "From where he was last year in OTAs to where he was at training camp last year, to throughout the season last year, to even



Kyle Shanahan plans to play Trey Lance in two 49ers preseason games, 'real pleased' with QB

By David Bonilla
Aug 9

The San Francisco 49ers play three preseason games in the span of 14 days. Head coach Kyle Shanahan spoke with reporters before Tuesday's practice and laid out his plan to ensure the starters get some exhibition reps without getting worn down. For second-year quarterback Trey Lance, that means playing in just two preseason games. "We've got a pretty good idea [for the preseason plan]," Shanahan said. "I definitely want to see how these practices go these first two days. I'd like to get guys to play in this game, mainly because I don't want them to play in the second game." On Friday, the 49ers will host the Green Bay Packers at Levi's Stadium. Then, eight days later, they will play the Minnesota Vikings on the road. San Francisco will practice with the Vikings


Featured

Trending News

Share 49ersWebzone