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49ers’ George Kittle, Kyle Juszczyk latest with health issues late in camp

Aug 27, 2020 at 1:00 PM--

George Kittle and Kyle Juszczyk, two of the 49ers' offensive mainstays, are battling hamstring injuries as training camp
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Kyle Shanahan talks 49ers-Patriots, injury updates, run game, trade possibilities, Jimmy Garoppolo, George Kittle, backup QBs

By Site Staff
Oct 19, 2020

San Francisco 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan spoke with reporters on Monday, the day after the team's 24-16 win over the Los Angeles Rams. Here is everything he had to say. Transcript provided by the San Francisco 49ers Communications staff. Opening comments: "Alright guys, the injuries from the game. [OL Ben] Garland ended up with a calf strain. He's going to be out awhile. Will go on IR most likely later this week. [RB Raheem] Mostert, high ankle sprain. We'll see how it progresses. Most likely IR. [S Jaquiski] Tartt, groin strain. We'll reevaluate him later in this week. [T] Trent Williams had an ankle sprain, he's getting more imaging this afternoon, so we'll wait and see on that. Go ahead." In terms

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George Kittle describes mindset of Kyle Shanahan, Jimmy Garoppolo as 49ers dominate Patriots

By David Bonilla
Oct 25, 2020

The San Francisco 49ers put on a show on Sunday against the New England Patriots. It was a homecoming of sorts for quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo, who played for Bill Belichick during his first three-and-a-half NFL seasons and was once seen as the successor to future Hall of Famer Tom Brady. There is no more Brady in New England, but there remains the mastermind behind several championships, Belichick. Kyle Shanahan dominated the chess match between the two coaches as the surging 49ers routed the Patriots 33-6, handing Belichick his worst home loss at Gillette Stadium. Did Shanahan have a little something extra to prove against Belichick and the Patriots? Was there a different mentality heading into the matchup against a one-time Goliath of an

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Kyle Juszczyk confident Jimmy Garoppolo can excel again, once healthy

By David Bonilla
Oct 15, 2020

To say that Jimmy Garoppolo struggled during his half of play against the Miami Dolphins would be an understatement. The San Francisco 49ers quarterback recorded the lowest single-game pass rating (15.7) of his career while going 7-of-17 for 77 yards and two interceptions. In Garoppolo's defense, he had missed two games after suffering a high-ankle sprain during Week 2, and the injury was clearly impacting his ability to throw the football and move around. Garoppolo probably shouldn't have been playing in the first place, a debate that emerged after the Dolphins routed the 49ers 43-17. While the media has resumed speculating how to replace the 49ers quarterback, Garoppolo's teammates still have confidence in his ability to lead the team from the NFC West

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