injury report

Sep 25, 2006 at 11:06 PM--


INJURY REPORT

TE Vernon Davis (R leg) sustained a hairline fracture and is expected to miss four weeks with the injury. Davis will not require surgery nor wear a cast. The facture is to the fibula, the non-weight bearing bone in his lower leg.

RB Frank Gore (ribs) sustained bruised ribs and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Chiefs, though coach Mike Nolan said he expects Gore to play. The club initially reported the injury as an abdominal strain.

RB Maurice Hicks (ankle) sustained an ankle sprain and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Chiefs, thought the club expects him to be available for action.

RB Michael Robinson (shoulder) has a bruised shoulder but is expected to play Sunday against the Chiefs. He is listed as probable.

LG Larry Allen (L knee) did not play Sunday and has been out since the sixth play of the season opener with a sprain of his medial collateral ligament. He is expected to miss another week.

TE Delanie Walker (R shoulder) is expected to return to practice Wednesday and said he expects to be ready to play Sunday against the Chiefs after separating his shoulder in the final exhibition game Sept. 1. Walker will begin the week listed as doubtful.

WR Taylor Jacobs (L hamstring) did not play Sunday and is not expected to be ready to play against the Chiefs due to a hamstring strain he sustained Sept. 17 against the Rams.



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