49ers add Ziggy Ansah, Dion Jordan to 53-man roster

Sep 23, 2020 at 8:40 AM--


The 49ers put a pair of former first-round defensive linemen on injured reserve Wednesday, and replaced them with a pair of former first-round defensive linemen. The team announced that Nick Bosa and Solomon Thomas were going on IR, after they tore their ACLs in last week's win over the Jets. To replace them on the [more]
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