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Joe Staley will miss a couple of games after undergoing finger surgery

Nov 13, 2019 at 4:20 PM--


Joe Staley‘s return to the lineup didn't last long. The 49ers starting left tackle fractured his fibula in Week Two. He returned in Week 10 and played all 83 snaps on Monday night against the Seahawks. But Staley fractured and dislocated a finger in his return and will miss a couple of games after undergoing [more]
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