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49ers lose linebacker Ray-Ray Armstrong to injured reserve

Sep 20, 2016 at 10:30 AM--


The 49ers announced Tuesday linebacker Ray-Ray Armstrong will be placed on injured reserve after suffering a pectoral injury Sunday in the 46-27 loss to the Carolina Panthers.  The team has not announced a corresponding move.  More to come.
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