49ers Place Dee Ford on Injured Reserve with Back Injury

Nov 7, 2021 at 9:20 AM--


Are you really surprised? The 49ers placed Dee Ford on the Injured Reserve List on Saturday. He has the same back injury that cost him all but one game last season, and the same back injury he had when the 49ers traded a second-round pick for him and gave him an $85-million extension. Apparently, ...Continue reading
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