Injury updates

Nov 15, 2006 at 12:16 AM--


--RB Frank Gore (concussion) is expected to be ready to go for Sunday's game. Probable.

--WR Arnaz Battle (broken hand) might not even be on the injury report. He sustained a cracked left hand in the first quarter and played the rest of the way. He will probably wear padding on his hand in the game, but probably won't require a cast.

--OL Adam Snyder (left knee) is likely to be probable. He had some inflammation in his knee during the week that bothered him a little during the game. He'll probably continue to split time with the Kwame Harris.

--FS Mike Adams (neck strain) he should be available for special-teams duty, as he rarely plays defense any more with the emergence of Keith Lewis. Probable.

--TE Vernon Davis (right leg) is likely to return to practice. How he looks on the field will determine whether he dresses on Sunday. There are some questions about Davis' recovery, which I'll answer at the bottom. Questionable.



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