No injury designation for Jimmy Garoppolo

Oct 9, 2020 at 2:00 PM--


49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan said on Friday that it was "looking like" Jimmy Garoppolo would start at quarterback against the Dolphins on Sunday, but wanted to see how he was doing after practicing the last two days went before making any final decisions. It seems Garoppolo's ankle is holding up well. The 49ers did [more]
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