Deebo Samuel lobbies for Emmanuel Sanders’ return

Feb 19, 2020 at 3:00 PM--


The 49ers' offseason decisions will only get tougher if players keep openly lobbying to keep their free agents.
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49ers activate WR Deebo Samuel from the NFI list

By David Bonilla
Sep 5, 2020

Deebo Samuel becomes the second San Francisco 49ers wide receiver this week to be activated from the non-football injury list. Richie James was activated on Thursday after rehabbing from a broken wrist suffered in June. His missed time was initially expected to run into October. The 49ers activated Samuel on Saturday, making him available for Week 1. He has been recovering from a Jones fracture he sustained during a player-organized practice in June. Head coach Kyle Shanahan has been optimistic that Samuel would be available for the team's Week 1 contest against the Cardinals on September 13. "We're hoping to get both of those guys back next week (for practice),"

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49ers injury news: Deebo Samuel 'has a shot' to start against Cardinals in Week 1, says John Lynch

By David Bonilla
Sep 6, 2020

The San Francisco 49ers activated Deebo Samuel from the non-football injury list on Saturday. The team remains optimistic that the second-year wide receiver will be available for its Week 1 contest next weekend against the Arizona Cardinals. "He does have a shot," general manager John Lynch told reporters via a conference call on Sunday. "I know Tuesday morning, we're kind of having a summit with Dr. (Robert) Anderson, who did the surgery, (team surgeon) Doc (Tim) McAdams and our training staff to kind of take the latest look at the scans and whatnot to see exactly where he's at." Samuel suffered a Jones fracture during a June player-organized practice in Tennessee. He has

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49ers-Cardinals Injury Report: Deebo Samuel, Brandon Aiyuk, Jason Verrett don't practice

By David Bonilla
Sep 9, 2020

The San Francisco 49ers are preparing for their Week 1 contest against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California. The 49ers received some good news on Wednesday. The team will have linebacker Fred Warner in the lineup on Sunday. He was activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list. Center Ben Garland joined Warner during Wednesday's practice but was limited. That is a step in the right direction toward the team getting healthy. The 49ers are still trying to figure out the situation surrounding two of their wide receivers — second-year wideout Deebo Samuel and rookie Brandon Aiyuk. Samuel is looking to return from a

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