49ers: Clarity on Javon Kinlaw’s knee injury, Raheem Mostert’s altered timeline

Sep 15, 2021 at 1:20 PM--


The knee injury defensive tackle Javon Kinlaw suffered in December that the 49ers said required a "routine clean-up" surgery in January is still not behind him in September. Kyle Shanahan provided more clarity Wednesday on the knee issue that's sidelined Kinlaw since he last practiced Sept. 6.
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