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The San Francisco 49ers are at The Greenbrier in West Virginia preparing for their Week 2 contest against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The team continues to hold defensive tackle Javon Kinlaw out of practice, hoping the rest helps heal his continuing knee issues. "I think we'll be easy with him today," head coach Kyle Shanahan said. "Hopefully, if it continues to go well today, he'll get out there more tomorrow." Cornerback Emmanuel Moseley continues to miss practice. However, Shanahan doesn't believe his knee injury is a long-term concern, and his availability against the



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By David Bonilla
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Nick Bosa has had an electrifying start to the 2021 season, which is great news for the 49ers after the star pass rusher went down with an ACL tear early last year in Week 2. Bosa accumulated one sack, three tackles for loss, and two quarterback hits in Week 1, while only playing 55% of the defensive snaps. In Week 2, Bosa was even better, earning two sacks, forcing a fumble, and getting two quarterback hits, along with a tackle for loss, all while playing 76% of the defensive snaps. Looking back to his rookie year, Bosa had nine sacks, 45 pressures, an interception, a forced fumble, and 16 tackles for loss, warranting him for a Pro Bowl and defensive rookie of the year in 2019. That raises the question: is Nick Bosa even better than he



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By Kirk Larrabee
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